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10 Cards in this Set

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urinary frequency
UTI (cystitis, urethritis, pyelo)
DM
DI
psychogenic polydipsia
neurogenic bladder
external bladder compression
drugs/diuretics/caffeine
dysuria
UTI (cystitis, urethritis, pyelo)
STD

other "tract infections":
epididymitis
prostatitis
balantitis (cf Reiters)
vaginitis

urethral syndrome?
nocturia
UTI esp cystitis
DM
neurogenic bladder/ UI
drugs/diuretics

also:
BPH
CHF / fluid redistribution
OSA
polyuria
post TURP

ELECTROLYTE
osmotic diuresis
hypercalcemia (PTH)
hypokalemia

RENAL
early CRF
diuretic phase of ATN
Inability to concentrate:
sickle cell trait/dz,
chronic pyelo
amyloidosis

ADRENAL
Cushing's
Primary hyperaldosteronism


psychogenic polydipsia
groin pain male
trauma
GENITAL:
epididymitis
tesicular torsion
inguinal hernia
hydrocele
variocele
orchitis
testicular tumor

URINARY
kidney stone
cystitis

HIP
hip joint arthritis (OA, septic)
iliopsoas bursitis
neuralgia of:
iliopsoas, iliohypogastric, genitofemoral

BACK
lumbosacral disk or cord dz
hematuria
PCKD
IgA nephropathy/ GN
PAPILLARY NECROSIS from:
DM, SCD, NSAIDs
renal infarction
intersitital nephritis
kidney stone
cystitis

renal cell carcinoma
transitional call ca
I

BPH (microscopic)
prostate cancer

drugs: cyclophosphamide

schistosomiasis
menses
dark urine
KIDNEY:
hematuria
LIVER:
biliary tract obstruction
hepatitis
BLOOD:
hemolytic anemia
acute intermittent porphyria
PNH, paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
MUSCLE:
rhabdomyolysis

beets
phenazopyridine/pyridium
alkaptonuria
fatigue
FATIGUES
faulty perfusion
anemia/ apnea
thyroid
infection (viral)
glucose
unhappy
electrolyte
systemic (cancer) / substances (drugs)
workup for fatigue
CBC (anemia, infection)
metabolic panel
blood sugar (glucose)
ESR ?
LFTs (hepatitis)
Thyroid panel

+ specific concerns: ECG, CXR, PPD, STD screens, monospot
snoring
obesity
sleep apnea (central)
sinusitis
malformation of oropharynx/larynx