Renal system disease renal system disease diseases and disorders of the urinary tract while it is possible for the urinary tract to be obstructed by a large mass tumour stone or foreign body lying in the bladder the tubular portions of the tract urethra and ureters are much more vulnerable to obstruction the urethra may be obstructed by stones calculi formed in the bladder or . Renal tubular acidosis may also be a temporary condition brought on by blockage of the urinary tract or by drugs such as acetazolamide amphotericin b angiotensin converting enzyme ace inhibitors angiotensin ii receptor blockers arbs and diuretics that conserve the bodys potassium so called potassium sparing diuretics. Urinary tract stones begin to form in a kidney and may enlarge in a ureter or the bladder depending on where a stone is located it may be called a kidney stone ureteral stone or bladder stone the process of stone formation is called urolithiasis renal lithiasis or nephrolithiasis. In urinary tract infections associated with stasis of urine flow the obstruction may be or including metabolic bone disease kidney stones and growth failure in children chapter 25 disorders of renal function porth 71 terms usfgirl86 patho ch19 23 terms k shaw7 chpt 14 18 terms rgatewood
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