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med. term. abate


Symptoms of prostate cancer hematuria, dysuria, back pain
age 60 cancer of the penis most likely to occur in men
hydrocele condition which there is a collection of fluid in membrances of tunica vaginalis
peyronie's condition of unknown cause and which results in lateral curvature of the penis during erection
vasectomy male sterilization process
urethra structure passing through the corpus spongiosum
PSA most accurate screening blood test used for diagnosing ptential prostate cancer
circumcision excision of the prepuce
calyx recess of renal pelvis
extracorporeal occuring outside the body
bulbourethral gland with ducts leading to the urethra
sp gr specific gravity
azot/o urea
75% the loss of nephron function in remal insufficiency
renal insuficiency an infection of the renal pelvis and medullary tissue in one or both kidneys
urinary tract where kidney stones develop
bladder cancer oftem steastatic to the boen and liver
symptoms of chronic pyelonephritis hy[ertension, dysuria, flank pain
nephrons the functioning structures of the kidneys
kidney function electrolyte balance, conserving nutrients
staghorn calculus most commonly treated by surgical removal
bldder cancer risks smoking, working with chemicals, working in asbestos enviroments
core another name for the pulp cavity of the tooth
pharynx the muscular tube through which air, food, and water travel
parts of the large intestine cecum, sigmoid, colon
cholangio/o bile duct
islets of langerhans produces insulin and glucagons
scleroderma condition in which the lower esophageal sphincter does not close properly
gastrointestinal tract peptic ulcers occur
surgery treamtent for pyloric stenosis
transfusion the most common transmission of Hepatitis C
ulverative colitis condition in which there is inflammation of the rectum that progresses to the colon
pyloric sphincter the circular muscle at the most terminal portion of the stomach
duodenum lipid digestion begins here
ascities fluid accumulation in the abdominal cavity
laparoscopic cholecystectomy treatment of choie for cholecystitis
diaphragm epands to assist lungs to exhale
patition another name for median
the diaphagm divides the abdominal cavity from the thoracic cavity
esophageal hernia another name for siaphragmatic hernia
diaphragm is dome shaped muscular partition
4 number of areas the mediastinum is divided into
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