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* A 6-year-old child
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  malak - 11/24/06 15:07
 
  A 6-year-old child comes to the pediatric clinic for the first time. The patient has renal disease that includes nephritis and a bilateral sensorineural hearing deficit. The mother reports that there are other family members with kidney disease who are deaf. The pediatrician suspects that the child has Alport's syndrome. Which of the following findings would support this diagnosis?

A: Thrombocytosis
B: Cataracts
C: Papular lesions
D: Hypotension
E: Cardiomyopathy
 
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* Re:A 6-year-old child
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  pth - 11/24/06 15:29
 
  B: Cataracts
X linked dominent disease
nephritic syndrome, senserineural hearing loss, and occular abnormalities
 
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