Karnataka PGET Radiology MCQ Answer 5

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The correct answer is B

Renal TB: parenchymal calcs, putty kidney, papillary necrosis, tuberculoma, scarring, mucosal irregularity, infundibular stenosis, amputated calyx, corkscrew ureter, purse-string stenosis of renal pelvis, pipestem ureter, calculi, small contracted thick-walled bladder, urethral fistulas (watering can perineum)

Putty kidney: A complication of renal tuberculosis in which the kidney undergoes massive destruction of the parenchyma and finally autonephrectomy with calcification or caseation of the destroyed parenchyma.

Category: Karnataka PGET 2007 MCQs



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