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Journal August 2008 (Vol 30, No 8)

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Diagnosis of Urolithiasis CE Article #1

1. Calcium oxalate uroliths are ____ times more likely than struvite uroliths to occur in the bladder of male cats.
2. Calcium oxalate uroliths are ____ times more likely than struvite uroliths to occur in the bladder of male dogs.
3. Struvite uroliths are ____ times more likely than calcium oxalate uroliths to occur in the bladder of female dogs.
4. Nephroliths and ureteroliths in cats are most often composed of
5. Female dalmatians are predisposed to _________ urolithiasis.
6. What percentage of cats with chronic kidney disease has nephrolithiasis?
7. Which type of crystal is most likely to precipitate in alkaline urine?
8. Which aspect of urinalysis is affected by delay in analysis?
9. Overall, what percentage of survey radiographs are falsely interpreted as negative for uroliths?
10. Which of the following factors has the least effect on detection of uroliths on survey radiography?
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