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Unconscious patient ICD-9CM # 780.


FIGURE 3-332 Approach to the unconscious patient. ABG, Arterial blood gas; ALT, alanine aminotransferase; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; BUN, blood urea nitrogen; CT, computed tomography; ICP, intracranial pressure. (Modified from Johnson RT, Griffin JW: Current therapy in neurologic disease, ed 5, St Louis, 1997, Mosby.)

FIGURE 3-333 Management of ureteral calculi. PNL, Percutaneous nephrostolithotomy; SWL, shock wave lithotripsy. (From Noble J: Primary care medicine, ed 3, St Louis, 2001, Mosby.)

FIGURE 3-334 Urethral discharge.

FIGURE 3-335 Approach to the management of urinary tract infection. (Modified from Mandell GL: Mandell, Douglas, and Bennetts principles and practice of infectious diseases, ed 7, New York, 2008, Churchill Livingstone.)

FIGURE 3-336 Scheme of a diagnostic approach to urinary tract obstruction. CT, Computed tomography; IVP, intravenous pyelography; KUB, kidneys, ureter, bladder (a flat film of the abdomen without contrast medium). (Modified from Goldman L, Ausiello D [eds]: Cecil textbook of medicine, ed 23, Philadelphia, 2008, WB Saunders.)

FIGURE 3-337 Approach to the diagnosis of chronic urticaria. (From Bolognia JL, Jorizzo JL, Rapini RP: Dermatology, St Louis, 2003, Mosby.)

FIGURE 3-338 Evaluation of urticaria. ANA, Antibody to nuclear antigens; ENA, extractable nuclear antigens; RF, rheumatoid factor. (From Healy PM, Jacobson EJ: Common medical diagnoses, ed 3, Philadelphia, 2000, WB Saunders.)

FIGURE 3-339 Management of ordinary and physical chronic uticaria. ACE, Angiotensin-converting enzyme; NSAIDs, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. (From Bolognia JL et al: Dermatology, ed 2, St Louis, 2008, Mosby.)