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Ultrasound guided percutaneous kidney biopsy

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Nova Scotia Health Authority. Interventional Radiology Provincial Committee. Halifax, NS: Nova Scotia Health Authority , 2017.
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0383
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An ultrasound guided percutaneous kidney biopsy is used to diagnose abnormal kidney tissue. How to get ready for a kidney biopsy, and what happens during and after the biopsy, is covered. Risks, follow up care, and symptoms requiring a visit to your family doctor or to the Emergency Department are outlined. A list of medications and how long to stop taking them both before and after the biopsy is provided.
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Corporate Author
Nova Scotia Health Authority. Interventional Radiology Provincial Committee
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
Nova Scotia Health Authority
Date of Publication
2017
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document (9 p.) : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Kidney Diseases - diagnosis
Biopsy, Needle
Subjects (LCSH)
Kidney--Diseases--Diagnosis
Kidney--Biopsy
Specialty
Diagnostic Imaging
Abstract
An ultrasound guided percutaneous kidney biopsy is used to diagnose abnormal kidney tissue. How to get ready for a kidney biopsy, and what happens during and after the biopsy, is covered. Risks, follow up care, and symptoms requiring a visit to your family doctor or to the Emergency Department are outlined. A list of medications and how long to stop taking them both before and after the biopsy is provided.
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Prepared by: Interventional Radiology Provincial Committee
Pamphlet Number
0383
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Understanding Kidney Diseases

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Hugh C. Rayner, Mark E. Thomas, David V. Milford. (Second edition) --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book combines the reference material of a nephrology textbook with the everyday relevance of a clinical handbook. This second edition develops and expands upon the success of the first. All the content has been updated and entirely new chapters on acid-base disorders and stone disease have been added. Understanding Kidney Diseases includes over 60 real-life case studies and is illustrated with over 200 figures. Readers can test their knowledge with a bank of multiple-choice questions and p…
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Author
Rayner, Hugh C.
Other Authors
Thomas, Mark E.
Milford, David V.
Responsibility
Hugh C. Rayner, Mark E. Thomas, David V. Milford
Edition
Second edition
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxii, 396 p.) : 249 illus., 99 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030430276
9783030430269 (Print ed.)
9783030430283 (Print ed.)
9783030430290 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Kidney Diseases - diagnosis
Kidney Diseases - physiopathology
Specialty
Nephrology
Abstract
This book combines the reference material of a nephrology textbook with the everyday relevance of a clinical handbook. This second edition develops and expands upon the success of the first. All the content has been updated and entirely new chapters on acid-base disorders and stone disease have been added. Understanding Kidney Diseases includes over 60 real-life case studies and is illustrated with over 200 figures. Readers can test their knowledge with a bank of multiple-choice questions and put it into practice by answering questions that patients frequently ask. The book provides all that students, residents and fellows need in order to approach a patient with a kidney problem with confidence.
Contents
1. Kidney Anatomy and Physiology: The Basis of Clinical Nephrology -- 2. Measuring Kidney Function: How to Use Laboratory Tests to Measure Glomerular Filtration Rate -- 3. Plot All the Dots: How Graphs Reveal the History of Someone’s Kidney Disease -- 4. Kidney Function in Acute Illness and Acute Kidney Injury -- 5. How Are You Feeling? Symptoms of Kidney Disease -- 6. Do You Have Any Risk Factors or Long-Term Health Conditions? How Environment, Lifestyle and Other Medical Conditions Are Linked to Kidney Disease -- 7. Are You Pregnant or Planning a Pregnancy? How Pregnancy Affects the Kidneys and Vice Versa -- 8. What Is Your Family History? The Molecular Genetics of Inherited Kidney Diseases -- 9. What Have You Been Taking? Nephrotoxicity from Medications and Other Chemicals -- 10. Height and Weight: The Effects of Kidney Disease on Development; Links Between Obesity and Kidney Disease -- 11. Blood Pressure: The Interactions Between Hypertension and Kidney Disease -- 12. Test the Urine: Understanding Haematuria, Proteinuria and Urinary Infection -- 13. Examine the Patient: Physical Signs Related to Kidney Diseases -- 14. Full Blood Count: Haematological Changes in Kidney Diseases -- 15. Acid, Base and the Kidneys: The Role of the Kidneys in Acid-Base Disorders -- 16. Calcium, Phosphate and Bones: How Bone and Mineral Metabolism is Altered in Kidney Disease -- 17. Immunology: Serological Tests That Help Diagnose Kidney Diseases -- 18. Image the Urinary Tract: Strengths and Weaknesses of Different Radiology Modalities -- 19. Should We Do a Kidney Biopsy? Balancing the Diagnostic Benefits Against the Clinical Risks -- 20. Kidney Stone Disease: A Link Between Nephrology and Urology -- 21. Make a Plan: When and How to Prepare for End-Stage Kidney Disease -- 22. Kidney Replacement Therapy: Common Problems in Dialysis and Transplant Patients -- Frequently Asked Questions -- Multiple Choice Questions -- Answers -- Case Reports.
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e-Book
Location
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