Q: 25% of cardiac output goes to the [...].
Q: [...] may cause ATN in the setting of hemolysis.
Q: [...] ARF have a poor px.
A: Post traumatic/surgical
Q: TMCC of dialysis arrhythmias = [...]
A: hypokalemia [VPCs or VF]
Q: Incidence of UTI in [...] is high.
A: postmenopausal women
Q: Uric acid stone incidence = [...]%
Q: Bell clapper deformity = [...]
A: retracted testicle that lies in the horizontal plane as a result of twisting of the spermatic cord
Q: The [...] is the narrowest portion of the urinary tract.
A: ureterovesical junction
Q: [...] = systemic necrotizing vasculitis affecting primarily medium and small-caliber arteries particularly at bifurcations and branches.
A: Polyarteritis nodosa
Q: [...] is a common life-threatening complication of dialysis.