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NURS 6501: Advanced PathophysiologyWeek 10 Quiz1.Which of the following clusters of symptoms would make a clinician suspect a child has developed glomerulonephritis? Gross hematuria, flank pain, and hypertension2.A56-year-old male presents with flank pain and polyuria. Tests reveal that he has an enlarged prostate. Which of the following types of renal failure should the nurse monitor for as the most likely to occur? Postrenal3.If a nurse wants to obtain the best estimate of renal function, which test should the nurse monitor? Glomerular filtration rate (GFR)4.A 42-year-old male is involved in a motor vehicle accident during which he loses a lot of blood. The nurse realizes he is in acute renal failure caused by: inadequate renal blood 5.When a newborn is admitted with urinary tract infections (UTIs), which type of infection will the nurse look for in the newborn? Infections caused by bacteria from the 6.A 7-year-old male presents to his primary care provider for incontinence. His mother indicates that he has never been continent. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis the nurse will observe on the chart? Primary enuresis7.A 2-year-old male is diagnosed Wilms tumor. Which of the following clinical conditions is often associated with this disease? Aniridia8.When describing the male urinary anatomy, which information should the nurse include? The portion of the male urethra that is closest to the bladder is the _________ portion. 9.A 75-year-old male reports to his primary care provider loss of urine with cough, sneezing, or laughing Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis the nurse will observe on the chart? Stress incontinence10. A 19-year-old female was involved in a motor vehicle accident during which she sustained a closed head injury. She is now experiencing detrusor sphincter dyssynergia. Which of the following is the most beneficial medication treatment? Alpha blocker11. A 30-year-old male is demonstrating hematuria with red blood cell casts and proteinuria exceeding 3 to 5 g/day, with albumin being the major protein. The most probable diagnosis the nurse will see documented on the chart is: acute glomerulonephritis12. A 6-year-old male is experiencing urine reflux from the urinary bladder into a grossly dilated ureter and calyces. He was diagnosed with vesicoureteral reflux. This condition would be graded: IV