Cristitis in renal

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NEOPLASMS RENALES.-The most common is renal cell carcinoma.
To establish the diagnosis of UTI requires the presence of a significant number of bacteria in the urine. Urine culture colonies with more than 100,000 CFU / ml.
The most frequent germs are Escherichia coli, Proteus, Klebsiella, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas, etc..
It may be accompanied by cystitis, prostatitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis or systemic manifestations such as fever or sepsis.Las UTIs are most common, after respiratory tract. - Urethritis .- - .- Cystitis - Prostatitis Pyelonephritis .- .- ------ - Obstructive nephropathy .- --reflujo. Nephropathy Kidney stones .-
Crystal structures are included in an organic matrix formed within the renal papillae and grow until they break up and go to the excretory system. (urinary tract).
In 70% of them crystalline portion consists of calcium salts (calcium oxalate), some by calcium phosphate, cystine, and so on.
The organic component consists of a protein by 60% and 20% by Hde C.
The clinic is very diverse, severe pain (renal colic), back pain, IU and concretions in the form of grains of sand. Urinary lithiasis .-
It is the removal of one or more stones of the urinary tract. Symptoms may be the true zero or symptoms of renal colic.
It may be due to a calculation or due to obstruction prostática.NEFRITIS .-
Drug-induced interstitial nephritis.
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