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Unformatted text preview: Points Awarded 3.00 Points M issed 2.00 Percentage 60.0% 1. A 39-year-old man asks your advice for management of his recurrent kidney stones. The nature of his renal stone is one of the commonest ( see image below). In terms of his diet, other than enforce fluid, which of the following is not advisable to reduce recurrent kidney stones? A) Low protein diet B) Low sodium diet C) Diet with unrestricted cacium diet D) Low oxalate diet E) Appropriate drug to reduce urine calcium excretion Feedback: The patient has a typical calcium oxalate renal stones. Paradoxically, high calcium diet reduces the recurrence of calcium oxalate stone. High dietary calcium can reduce intestinal absorption of oxalate. Sodium intake has turned out to be important in creating excessive urine excretion of calcium which may favor stone formation. Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): C 2. A 32-year-old man brought in his chest radiography for your opinion. Based on the radiography alone, which of the following best describes his condition? A) Acute onset of R chest pain with shortness of breath B) Over penetrated chest X-ray, otherwise normal C) This patient is likely to be a very heavy smoker D) His blood ALT and AST are likely to be elevated...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course USMLE na taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at St. Matthew's University.

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