BIOL-216 Module 7 Case Study.docx - Module 7 Case Study This case was written by David A Sandmire MD and was edited for content for use in this class

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Module 7 Case Study This case was written by David A. Sandmire, MD and was edited for content for use in this class. Chief Complaint: 52-year-old male with abdominal pain and nausea. History: The patient was woken up by abdominal pain located in his right lower quadrant, in the right groin and radiating into his right testicle. He was transported to the hospital. He reports that his pain is a “10” on a 1 to 10 scale. He is nauseated but has not vomited. The patient is normal weight and otherwise healthy. Upon palpation his abdomen is soft with mild tenderness in the right lower quadrant. Following the discovery of blood in his urine he is diagnosed with a ureteral obstruction, a computed tomography scan shows a calcified stone in the right ureter at the ureterovesical junction. Guiding Questions Answer the questions below and submit as a Microsoft Word document or PDF. DUE Saturday by 11:59 pm. 1. The ureterovesical junction (where the ureter passes through the wall of the bladder) is a common site for kidney stones to become impacted. Can you
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