NSG 5003 – Advanced pathophysiology

kidney infection, infection of the ureter, renal pelvis or renal parenchyma. Clinical manifestations include flank pain, fever, chills, costovertebral tenderness, purelent urine. Associated with severe strep infections, WBC, bacteria, WBC casts present in urine, and flank pain. Most commonly caused by E. Coli infections and strep infections in peds.

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