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U7 quiz Saved A patient is seen in the clinic with a chief complaint of hematuria. To make a differential diagnosis, which of the following questions should be asked? Question 1 options:a) “Do you have a history of liver disease?”b) “What medications are you currently taking?c) “Have you noticed swelling in your ankles?”d) “Do you have an autoimmune condition?” Question 2 (3 points)SavedA 27-year-old female presents with a chief complaint of burning and pain on urination. She has no previous history of urinary tract infection (UTI). What are some additional symptoms consistent with a diagnosis of lower UTI? Question 3 (3 points)SavedAn 86-year-old woman is seen in the clinic for recurrent hematuria. The provider suspects bladder cancer. Which of the
following data from the history is considered a risk factor for

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