Presentation Summary : Title: Renal Stones: A Guide for the Non-Urologist Subject: student handout jr. rotation Author: Dr. Fried Description: about kidney stones aimed at primary care md
Source : http://www.med.unc.edu/surclerk/files/stone.ppt
Presentation Summary : KIDNEY STONES Epidemiology Affects 5-10% of Americans in their lifetime Chance of recurrence is about 50% Men are more often affected than women Average age of onset ...
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Presentation Summary : Renal Stone Disease 2013 MINI-LECTURE In the vast majority of cases, Non-contrast CT should be used to establish the diagnosis. Emphasize that contrast is NOT ...
Source : http://www.medicine.uci.edu/residency/powerpoint/renalstones.ppt
Presentation Summary : Renal and Ureteral Stones Urologic stone disease has an estimated incidence of 12%. 3 times more common in males and in 2nd-5th decade of life More common in ...
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Presentation Summary : NEPHROLITHIASIS B. Wayne Blount, M.D. MPH Professor and Vice-Chair Department of Family Medicine Emory University Risk for Renal Failure Hereditary stone diseases ...
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Presentation Summary : Approach to the Patient with Suspected Kidney Stones Bradley Thomas Oliver The University of South Carolina 12/14/05 Overview Renal calculi occur in 5-12% of the ...
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Presentation Summary : Kidney stones can develop when certain chemicals in urine form crystals that stick together. Stones may also develop from a persistent kidney infection.
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Presentation Summary : What is it? (Types of Stones) There are different types of kidney stones, the most common being calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate stones, while there are also ...
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Presentation Summary : Renal Tract Calculi Alex Papachristos ... damage to posterior branches of renal artery). Recommended for stones > 3 cm in diameter or failed other tx.
Source : http://sssmelb.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/renal-tract-calculi.ppt
Presentation Summary : RENAL DISEASE: RENAL STONES AND UT OBSTRUCTION Pathophysiology of Disease: Chapter 16 (401-404) Jack DeRuiter, PhD Dept of Pharmacal Sciences April, 2000
Source : http://www.duc.auburn.edu/~deruija/download/renal_part5.ppt
Presentation Summary : A 42-year-old man without a history of kidney stones had intermittent left flank pain for several weeks before being seen by his primary care doctor.
Source : http://medicinemosul.uomosul.edu.iq/files/pages/page_5192110.pptx
Presentation Summary : Diseases of the Kidney Major Determinants of Disease Disease of one renal structure usually affects others The urinary tract is especially susceptible to bacterial ...
Source : http://nhscience.lonestar.edu/biol/durham/docs/biol2305/19%20Diseases%20of%20the%20Kidney.ppt
Presentation Summary : Kidney Stones Kim Applebee ... Answer: Do you have a history of renal failure? Contraindicated with renal failure Have you ever have a reaction to iodine?
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Presentation Summary : ... Other (indiavir, triamterene, etc) (1%) Clinical Manifestations Symptoms Usually when stones pass from renal pelvis into the ureter: pain, n/v, dysuria, ...
Source : http://www.nephrology.med.ucla.edu/MiscFiles/diseasereview/Nephrolithiasis%20-%20BLee.ppt
Presentation Summary : Renal Pathology II Poststreptococcal GN Other Glomerular Diseases Acute Pyelonephritis Vascular Disease Acute Tubular Necrosis Kidney Stones (Urolithiasis)
Source : http://www.dent.ohio-state.edu/courses/path655/Path%20655%20Renal%20II.comp.ppt
Presentation Summary : * Problems KIDNEY STONES Develop in the renal pelvis Stones are made out of a variety of things: uric acid, calcium, cystine (an amino acid), or cholesterol.
Source : http://drmagrann.com/Anatomy/20%20Renal.ppt
Presentation Summary : “Kidney stones” Litho = stone. Urolithiasis = stone in the urinary tract. Nephrolithiasis = stone in renal calyces/pelvis. Ureterolithiasis = stone in ureter
Source : http://sssmelb.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/renal_tract_stones.pptx
Presentation Summary : Alterations of Renal and Urinary ... infection ↓Bladder = Acute or Chronic Renal Failure Kidney Stones Neurogenic Bladder Interruption of nerve supply ...
Source : http://mwsu-wiki.wikispaces.com/file/view/Renal+Concept+Map.ppt
Presentation Summary : Altered Renal Function Acute Renal Failure Treatment Prevention if possible Maintain individual’s life until renal function is recovered Correct fluid and ...
Source : http://accweb.itr.maryville.edu/myu/Bio395/Renal%20Pathology%20Chap%2015.ppt
Presentation Summary : Simple Stone burden <2 cm Normal renal anatomy Complex Stone burden >2cm Staghorn stones Abnormal renal anatomy UPJ obstruction Horseshoe kidney Calyceal ...
Source : http://www.ast.org/conference/documents/PercutaneousNephrostolithotomy.ppt
Presentation Summary : RENAL CALCULI What are Renal Calculi ? Urine passes away from the kidneys, ... The stones may lie in the kidney, and often do not cause symptoms there.
Source : http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/rehab/Documents/BCH%20376/Modified%20lectures/RENAL%20CALCULI.ppt
Presentation Summary : Prevention While kidney stones and renal colic probably cannot be prevented, the risk of forming a stone can be minimized by avoiding dehydration.
Source : http://www.tamilislam.webs.com/kidney%20stones_f.pps
Presentation Summary : Hypercalcemia and Renal Sarcoid Jason McClune 9/23/2008 “bones, stones, abdominal groans and psychiatric moans” Manifestations of Hypercalcemia Neuro: anxiety ...
Source : http://www.med.unc.edu/medicine/web/9.23.08.%20McClune.%20HyperCa,%20Sarcoidosis.ppt