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What characterizes kidney damage?CorrectIncorrect
Since uric acid is a purine byproduct, restricting foods high in purines lowers uric acid levels and is the primary method to prevent attacks.CorrectIncorrect
What are the top two causes of chronic kidney disease?CorrectIncorrect
What is one possible cause of slightly elevated creatinine alone?CorrectIncorrect
What nutritional consideration(s) need to be made in chronic kidney disease?CorrectIncorrect
Excess fructose intake is a potential trigger of gout, so avoiding fruits is advised for these patients.CorrectIncorrect
What micronutrient imbalance(s) may trigger gout?CorrectIncorrect
Rhabdomyolysis, which involves a rapid breakdown of skeletal muscle tissue, is a rare and very serious condition that is detectable by which biomarker abnormality?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following are part of the follow up testing for impaired kidney function?CorrectIncorrect
What is the most common cause of BUN elevation in the absence of other markers of kidney dysfunction?CorrectIncorrect