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    Hi there,

    I am a diagnostic radiography student and am struggling with an assignment that I have been recently given. I was wondering if there is anyone who is knowledgeable in understanding assignment briefs/question's that wouldn't mind helping me in terms of understanding what is being asked of me to do? I would really value any help as I have ADHD and am really struggling to understand what is being asked and if my ideas are rubbish. Thank you to anyone who can spare the time. Take care, Mandy
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    Sorry, I have only just seen you reply! Thank you for replying to me. I am doing a case study on urinary stones and after the introduction I would like to write a bit about the anatomy of the urinary system and use a couple of diagrams. Do you have any suggestions of what I should include in this part please?
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    Sorry, I have only just seen you reply! Thank you for replying to me. I am doing a case study on urinary stones and after the introduction I would like to write a bit about the anatomy of the urinary system and use a couple of diagrams. Do you have any suggestions of what I should include in this part please?
    Well you can have painless kidney stones that tend to sit in the kidney itself, and obstructives ones once they pass into the ureter . A very common place for stones to get stuck is in the VUJ, as it narrows where the valve sits and often forms a hook shape. If you can find something that can demonstrate this, I think that would be a good way to start.
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    (Original post by FXX)
    Well you can have painless kidney stones that tend to sit in the kidney itself, and obstructives ones once they pass into the ureter . A very common place for stones to get stuck is in the VUJ, as it narrows where the valve sits and often forms a hook shape. If you can find something that can demonstrate this, I think that would be a good way to start.
    Thank you for your help, I like the idea of doing it on stones stuck in that junction. I think that I would need to explain that the stone was formed in the kidney and then traveled to that point. Do you have any suggestions on how I could do this maybe with a diagram? Thank you again
 
 
 
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