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Year : 2019  |  Volume : 30  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 241-242

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Date of Web Publication24-Oct-2019

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DOI: 10.4103/1879-5226.269891

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. CME Test. Urol Sci 2019;30:241-2

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. CME Test. Urol Sci [serial online] 2019 [cited 2020 Jan 19];30:241-2. Available from: http://www.e-urol-sci.com/text.asp?2019/30/5/241/269891

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Please read this issue of Urological Science and return the postage-paid reply slip with your answers by December, 2019. A score of 80% or better will earn two CME credits.

  1. What is the common symptoms of Ketamine-induced cystitis?

    1. Severe bladder pain
    2. Micturition pain
    3. Urinary urgency
    4. Small/contracted bladder
    5. All of the above

    Urol Sci 2019;30(5):232-237.

  2. What is the typical imaging finding of Ketamine-induced cystitis?

    1. Contracted bladder with thickening bladder wall

    2. Hydroureter
    3. Vesicoureteral reflux
    4. Hydronephrosis
    5. All of the above

    Urol Sci 2019;30(5):232-237.

  3. Which of the following statement about Randall's plaque is WRONG?

    1. Randall's plaque is the papillary areas with “creamcolored” or “milkpatch” locating in the intertubular space of renal papilla.
    2. Once Randall's plaque erodes through the surface of the papilla, it acts as a nidus of crystallization for other particles.
    3. Epidemiological reports show the presence of Randall's plaques in 44%–57% of patients with renal calculi.
    4. A higher prevalence rate of Randall's plaques in stone formers compared with non-stone formers (54% vs. 27%) in a study using flexible ureteroscopic examination.
    5. All statement are right.

    Urol Sci 2019;30(5):200-205.

  4. Which is NOT the theory explaining the mechanism of biomineralization in kidneys?

    1. Pressure gradient theory
    2. Vas washdown theory
    3. Renal papillary vasculature
    4. Free-particle mechanism
    5. All of the above are the theories for biominerization in kidneys.

    Urol Sci 2019;30(5):200-205.

  5. Which statement considering tubeless PCNL based in this study is WRONG?

    1. More patients in the “residual stone” group had complete staghorn stones than did the patients of the “stone-free” group.
    2. Residual stone group had a higher complication rate and longer duration of hospitalization than did Stone-free group.
    3. In the multivariate analysis for residual stones after PCNL, larger stone size predicts a higher rate of residual stone
    4. In the multivariate analysis for complications, residual stone still significantly increases the risk compared with stone-free status.
    5. All of above are the right answers.

Urol Sci 2019;30(5):226-231.

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