CHRONIC RENAL DISEASE HYALINE ARTEIOSCLEROSIS

9/13/2017 2:42:04 PM
I HAD A QUESTION THAT SATES THE A PATIENT HAVE SIGNS OF CHRONIC RENAL DISEASE (UREMIA + PERIPHERAL EDEMA + HIGH BUN AND HIGH CREATININE)

SO I UNDERSTOOD IT WAS CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE, ALSO THE QUESTION STATES THE MY PATIENTS AS HOMOGENEOUS DEPOSITION OF GLASSY MATERIAL STAINS PINK WITH PAS STAIN.

SO THE UNDERLINE DISEASE THAT CAUSES THE PROBLEM WAS hyaline arteriosclerosis.

HOW DO I KNOW THAT IT WAS UNTREATED OR UNCONTROLLED DIABETES THAT CAUSED THE hyaline arteriosclerosis? (THE ANSWER WAS DIABETES)

IS IT IMPORTANT THAT THE QUESTION STATE ITS PINK UNDER PAS STAIN?

THE QUESTION NUMBER IS 455 IN UWORLD.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH IN ADVANCE
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