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UA of nephritic syndrome

RBC casts

UA of acute pyelonepheritis

WBC casts

Sterile pyuria seen in which infection

GU TB


Chlamydia trachomatis

Lab findings of azotemia

Inc BUN, Crea


Dec GFR

MCC upper hematuria

Stones

MCC lower hematuria

UTI

Anemia is universal in what CKD stage ?

3


secondary to decreased EPO production

Renal agenesis associated with what syndrome

Potter sequence

Location of ectopic kidneys

At pelvic brim


Below pelvis

Histo of cystic renal dysplasia

Undifferentiated mesenchyme

Gene mutation in ADPKD

PKD1


PKD2

Extrarenal abnormality associated with ADPKS

Intracranial berry aneurysm

Enlarged irregular multicystic kidneys

Cystic renal dysplasia

Gene mutation in ARPKD

PKHD1


Fibrocystin

Morphology of ARPKD

Sponge like appearance


Spokes on a wheel pattern

Complication of acquired cystic disiease

Renal cell CA

3 histologic changes in glomerular disease

Hypercellularity


Basement membrane thickening (seen with periodic acid schiff)


Hyalinization and sclerosis

3 pathogenesis mechanisms of glomerular disease

Antibody mediated/immune mechanism


Cell-mediated


Alternative complement pathway activation

Pathogen in post-strep GN

GABHS

Post-strep GN is sequelae of ?

Pharyngitis


Impetigo

Post-strep GN


LM ?


IF ?


EM ?

Enlarged hypercellular glomeruli


Granular deposits


Subepithelial humps*