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which kidney stones are radiopaque?
calcium
struvite
cystine
which kidney stones are radiolucent?
uric acid (tumor lysis syndrome)
association with Wilm's Tumor
WAGR complex of sx
Wilms tumor
aniridia
GU malformation
retardation (mental and motor)
causes for transitional cell carcinoma
Pee SACS
Phenacetin
Smoking
Aniline dyes
Cyclophosphamide
Schistosomiaisis
which pancreatic stones are radioopaque
pigmented stones
causes for diffuse cortical necrosis
DIC
septic shock
vasospasm
prerenal levels failure:
urine osmoloarity
urine na
FeNa
BUN/Cr
>500
<10
<1%
>20
intra-renal failure:
urine osmoloarity
urine na
FeNa
BUN/Cr
<350
>20
<2%
<10
post-renal failure
urine osmoloarity
urine na
FeNa
BUN/Cr
<350
>40
4%
15-20
where are the cysts in medullary sponge disease
collecting duct cysts
what causes hypochloremia
metabolic alkalosis
presentation of hypercalcemia
moans, stones, and psych undertones

abdominal pain
renal stones
delirium
consequences of hyperphosphatemia
metastatic calcification
renal stones
location of dialysis cysts
cortical and medullary cysts
location of simple cysts
cortex only
location of cysts in ADPKD
entire parenchyma
pancreas
liver
spleen
chromosomal abnormalitiy associated with wilms' tumor
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