Quiz: Atheroembolic Kidney Disease
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In atheroembolic kidney disease, tiny pieces of hard fatty material travel through the bloodstream, becoming emboli (atheroemboli). Some emboli travel to the smallest renal arteries, blocking parts of the kidney’s blood supply. Where do these tiny pieces of fatty material usually come from?

  • A.

    A fatty meal

  • B.

    The aorta

  • C.

    A leg veinĀ 

  • D.

    A lung

Am I correct?