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1

What are some of the possible clinical presentations of renal disease?

Urine flow distrubance, urainary appearance, pain or no symtptoms at all

2

What are some of the possible effects of a excertion impairemen?

Hyoernatireiam, or Na+ and water retention at the same time, lethary and faitgue due to the acculumation of toxins, and uremic symdrome as well as acidosis

3

What are some of the results of a possible imparment to the glomeular permoselecitivity?

Proteinuria, and haemoturia

4

What are some of the potential results of impaired tubular functions>

Imparied concentrating ability can lead to nocturia, and glucosuria can occur if the permeability of the tube is impaired, and this can contribute towards acidosis

5

What are some of the potential results of impaired hormonal functions wihtin the kindey?

Metabolic bone disease, as the kidney is involved in the second hydroxylation of vitamin D, anaemia as the kidney is involved in the produciton of ertyhpoeit, and hypertension if the kidney is not producing renin correctly

6

What are some of the at risk poulations to kidney disease>

Those with hypertesnion, hear disease, urinary tract disoreder,s dibaters,

7

What can be seen within asymptomatic kidney disease?

Mircoscopic haemtouria, or proteinuria may be presnet

8

What can be some of the features seen in the mircoospcy of heamtouria?

Asymptomatic red cells and red cells casts (that stick to sone of the proteins that are naturally excreted within the urine

9

Why is it important to determine where blood appears within the flow of urine?

It at the beginnig of the stream the blood is coming from higher up the respiratory tract, hwereas if at the end of the stream the blood is likley to be coming from the bladder

10

How can proteinuria cause symptoms if heavy enough?

Forthy uurin, reduced plasma oncotic pressure that is resulting in odema, loss of immunoglobinds that results in infection, and imablanced regulators of the cogulation cascae and therefore the thromboembolic reiisk is increase

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What are some of the features of rapidly progressive glomeularnephritis?

Describes a clincla situation in which the kidney injury is so severe that the patient deteriotes quickly