NURS 6501 Module 3 Knowledge Check with Answers
Below shown are the initial questions for “NURS 6501 Module 3”.
- Filteration occurs in what portion of the kidney?
- The only manifestation of cystitis is an older adult may be the development of:
- Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis can cause what type of acute kidney injury?
- Women who have symptoms of cystitis for more than 6 weeks with negative urine cultures may have:
- When plasma creatinine concentration increases what effect does it have on the GFR?
- An alkaline urinary pH significantly increases the risk of what type of urinary stone formation?
- The center of every villus has a lymphatic capillary that is known as a __________ that is important for the absorption of __________ molecules.
- Which of these structures are located in the renal cortex?
- The concentration gradient of the renal interstitium increases from the cortex to the tip of the medulla, this causes the urine to:
- Reabsorption of large amounts of sodium, water, glucose, amino acids; net reabsorption of bicarbonate; secretion of H1, organic acids, and many medications occur in what portion of kidney?
- An untreated enlarged prostate can cause what type of acute kidney injury?
- Bilateral renal calculi can cause what type of acute kidney injury?
- A patient with severe colicky flank pain radiating to the groin, nausea, and vomiting, and some hematuria is experiencing classic symptoms of:
- Which of the following is true about normal changes to the GI system that occurs as individuals age?
- The external urethral sphincter is under the voluntary control of what somatic motor nerve?
- A patient with hematuria, dull flank pain, weight loss, and anemia in the late stages of the disease are experiencing classic symptoms of:
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