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1

Renovascular hypertension causes what?

Atherosclerosis

2

What is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in areas of the world where iodine is sufficient?

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

3

What two conditions lead to distortion or affect the calyces?

Chronic pyelonephritis and analgesic nephropathy

4

What condition causes polar scarring in the kidney?

Veiscouretal reflux

5

What is the clinical triad of Renal Cell Carcinoma and what is the most reliable piece of the clinical triad for diagnosis?

Flank pain, flank mass, and hematuria. Hematuria is most reliable.

6

What patient age do we see multicystic renal dysplasia?

Children

7

Besides RCC, what else can a consequence of dialysis be and why?

Calcium oxalate stones because of the dialysis solution.

8

2 pathogens causing salpingitis?

Chlamydia and Gon

9

When an individual is infected with chlamydia or gon, where is the infection and why?

It is in the urethra. Does not go to the bladder or kidney because they are not ascending infectious agents

10

What is unique about trichromatic and gardnella infections?

They do not infect the GU

11

How do we characterize a urethral infection vs. cystitis as far as presenting?

Urethral is pretty localized and cystitis is systemic