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Renal failure

Post  Mohammad Tayeb on Tue Jan 01, 2008 11:30 am

In patient presenting with plasma creatinine of 500 Mmol/l. which of the following features suggestive of chronic renal failure rather than acute renal failure:
A. Reduced renal size detected by US.
B. Urine sodium concentration of less than 10 mmol/l.
C. Elevated serum alkaline phosphatase with subperiosteal erosions on X-rays of the hands.
D. Hb 14 g/l.
E. The presence of ureteric obstruction on renal U/S.
F. Evidence of polyneuropathy.

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Re: Renal failure

Post  Nader on Sat Sep 27, 2008 7:11 am

Reduced renal size detected by US.
however there are 2 causes can lead to chronic RF but with normal size kidney,,,,can u tell me these 2 causes?


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