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Please write any HY info or questions that is most likely to be tested. No nitt picky details just HY info you've encountered in questions. I will begin.

Only glomerulonephritis that's responsive to steroids - minimal change disease.

Only stone that is radiolucent that doesn't show up on x-rays - uric acid stones.

Renal cell carcinoma affects which part of the nephron? Proximal tubules.
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HIV pts have mostly FSGS with cystic dilatations,commonly progressing to CRF.
Membranous Nephropathy goes with 5S`.SPike n dome,Subepithelial deposits,SLE associated,Solid tumors,Silver stain n May have Shock leading to left sided varicolcele.
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Diabetic nephropathy Rx by ACE inhibitors as they Vd efferent arterioles which is hyaline arteriosclerized by DM.

Opisthotonus myoclonus syndrome in Neuroblastoma (m/c adrenal tumor in children)

Inulin is filtered & neither reabsorbed, nor secreted. So a measure of GFR (Creatinine for practical purposes). And PAH measures RPF.

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