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What specific urological imaging investigation should be requested for a stable patient following blunt abdominal trauma who has dipstick haematuria?

a. CT KUB
b. IVU
c. Renal tract ultrasound
d. Contrast enhanced CT with 10 minute delayed scan
e. None of the above


Question 2#Print Question

What is the imaging investigation of choice in a stable patient with suspected renal trauma who has presented with visible haematuria?

a. Ultrasound renal tract
b. IVU
c. CT KUB
d. Contrast CT with delayed scan
e. None of the above


Question 3#Print Question

What is the difference between a Grade 3 and Grade 4 renal trauma injury?

a. Size of peri-renal haematoma
b. Depth of laceration
c. Contrast extravasation
d. Avulsion of the renal hilum
e. None of the above


Question 4#Print Question

When can penetrating injuries to the kidney be considered for non-operative management?

a. Knife entry point anterior to anterior axillary line in a stable patient
b. Gunshot injury to flank
c. Knife entry point posterior to anterior axillary line in a stable patient
d. Blast and fragment injury to flank
e. None of the above


Question 5#Print Question

When should main renal arterial injury be repaired, if suspected to be injured?

a. Within 24 hours
b. Within 18 hours
c. Within 12 hours
d. Within 6 hours
e. None of the above




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