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1

WBC casts are indicative of...

Pyelonephritis

2

Patient presents with a bee sting and severe edema (an indication of nephrotic syndrome); What would you expect to find in the urine?

Protein

3

Patient has been in the office on a few occasions, and on each occasion the UA results show a SpG of 1.010. What does this indicate or how is it significant?

Renal failure

4

Which test evaluates the ability of the kidneys to concentrate the urine?

Specific gravity

5

Your patient is an alcoholic, their UA - dark yellow urine, increased bilirubin. What do you suspect? (There is also increased tyrosine)

Liver disease

6

If your patient has microhematuria what findings might you expect to see on the UA?

Occult blood, RBC's and Yellow colored urine

7

You take a lateral lumbar film on your patient who has a renal calculi. Where would you expect to find the stone?

Overlying the vertebral body

8

The UA you took on a patient was left out at room temperature. What might you expect to find present?

RBC lysis

9

What do RBC casts indicate?

Glomerular nephritis

10

What is a primary indicator of renal disease?

Proteinuria

11

Patient presents with left arm pain, there is an occult blood present. What do you expect to find in the urine?

Myoglobinuria

12

Patients UA shows yellow color urine which is hazy, pH of 6, frequent epithelial cells, +2 bacteria. What is your diagnosis?

Vaginal contamination

13

Patient has pain on urination, increased bacteria, cloudy urine, 20-40 WBC's. What is your diagnosis?

Cystitis

14

6 year old patient with smoked colored urine, +2 proteins, 3 RBC casts, and occult blood. What is your diagnosis?

Glomerulonephritis

15

40 year old male patient with pH 6, 1.5 urobilinogen, greenish brown colored urine, patient complains of right upper quadrant pain. What is the diagnosis?

Liver dysfunction

16

What is the confirmatory test for protein?

SSA

17

Orthostatic Proteinuria indicates normal urine when _____ and proteinuria when _____ and may be associated with _____?

--Supine
--Standing
--Hyperlordosis

18

Flank pain might be associated with what color of urine?

Smoky

19

Right upper quadrant pain might be associated with ____ problems and urine colored _____?

-- Liver
-- Brownish/Green

20

Isothenuria is indicated with what measurement and indicates what?

Specific gravity of 1.010, End Stage renal failure

21

What does an SSA study confirm?

Proteinuria

22

Where are casts formed?

Renal tubules

23

Excess Glucose in the urine may indicate?

Diabetes

24

Increased RBC's and change in color indicate what?

Hematuria

25

Increased RBC's and no change in color indicate what?

Microhematuria

26

Increased WBC's and buining upon urination indicate what?

Lower UTI

27

What is the normal range for specific gravity?

1.015 - 1.035

28

A fruity or sweet odor to urine may indicate what?

Diabetes mellitus

29

A foul or fishy smell to urine may indicate what?

UTI

30

A feces odor to urine may indicate what?

Asparagus, enterobladder fistula