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Chpt 7

vocabulary,abbr., structures, substances,anatomy,

Electrolyte sodium & potassium; necessary for functioning of muscle & nerves cells
Hilum the depression on the medial border of the kidney
Kidney one of two bean shape organs brhind the abdomen cavity on eirher side of the spine in the lumbar region; also maintain a balance of water, salts, & acid in the body fluids
Meatus the external opening of the urethra
Renal Pelvis basin-like area in the the central part of the kidney
Sodium (Na+) eleltrolytes regulated in the blood and urine by the kidneys
Trigone triangular area in the urinary bladder
Ureter one of two tube leading from the kidneys to the urinary bladder.
Urethra Tube leading from the urinary to the outside of the body
Urinary Bladder hollow, muscular sac that holds and stores urine
Meat/o meatus
Nephr/o kidney
Pyel/o renal pelvis
Ren/o kidney
Trigon/o trigone (region of the bladder)
Lith/o stone
tripsy crushing
uria urination, urine condition
pH indicates to what degree a solution of acid or alkaline(basic)
Urinary Bladder Cancer malignant tumor of the urinary bladder
diabetes mellitus inadequate secretion of insulin or improper utilization of insulin
diabetes insipidus inadequate secretion or resistance of the kidney to the action of antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
KUB kidney, ureeters, & bladder x-rays w/o contrast
Dialysis separatin nitrogenous waste materials from the bloodstream in non-functioning kidney
Created by: lfletch76