MTB 2 says that NSAIDs induced allergic interstitial nephritis doesn't show eosinophils. Does that mean that there's no eosinophiluria? Because, this is the first time I encountered this information and seems like there's not a lot information about that on the web.
ok so revising renal and then these are my question regarding UTI
So when do we do USG?
and in kids with first febrile UTI what do we do?
ALl males with UTI what do we do?
When do we do KUB?
So, basically everything about UTI. If anyone could help I would really appreciate it! Thank you
A 46 y/o woman who is a school bus driver by occupation presents to your office for regular follow up. She has a history of ADPKD. Her blood pressure is well controlled at 120/70 on enalapril. She has no other problems. She denies any headache. There is no family history of intracranial or...
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Hey guys, when are we supposed to give potassium citrate in renal stones?
Only when citrate is deficient in diet?
Or in uric acid stones to dissolve them? Isnt iv fluids first step in all stones treatment if less than 5 mm?
Guys i'm so confused reg this.....in the endocrinology chapter of uworld, he mentions that the urinary chloride levels are increased when anyone uses diuretics and subsequently in electrolytes section, they say diuretic usage causes decrease in urinary chloride levels(due to volume contraction...
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patient presents with Nephritis. sore throat 2 days ago. complement normal. you think it is IgA nephropathy. what is next step ?
in mtb3, conrad says bx is must in every case. is it ? dont we just presume and observe\treat ?
adult patient presents with asymptomatic gross hematuria . what is the most apt next step in mx of this q ?
USG to rule out RCC or cystoscopy to rule out bladder cancer and please give expln ! i think this is super hy. :D
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what is the mcc of death in PCKD ?
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