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Mod 3530 Wk 3 quiz

Abbreviation & Terminology wk 3

A/R accounts receivable
KUB kidneys, ureters, bladder
BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia
cath catherization
CRF chronic renal failure
cysto cystoscopy
IVP intravenous pyelogram
PKD polycystic kidney disease
BPH benign prostatic hypertrophy
ESRD end-stage renal disease
ESWL extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy
OAB overactive bladder
UA urinalysis
ARF acute renal failure
trigonitis inflammation of the urinary bladder
cystolith a stone located within the urinary bladder
ureterectasis distention of a ureter
pyelonephritis inflammation of both the renal pelvis and kidney
polyuria excessive urination
oliguria scanty urination
hypospadias congenital abnormality of the urethral opening
cystorrhexis rupture of the bladder
dysuria difficult or painful urination
nephrostenosis abnormal narrowing of the kidney
lithotripsy to crush a stone
cystopexy surgical fixation of the bladder
pyelotomy surgical incision into the renal pelvis
urethrorrhagia bleeding from the urethra
urethrotomy surgical incision of the urethra
nocturia excessive urination during the night
nephromalacia abnormal softening of the kidney
urethrocele swelling of the urethra
urethrolysis urethral obstruction after surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence
cystoptosis prolapse of the bladder into the urethra
ureterolith stone in the ureter
nephrolith kidney stone
polycystic having or containing many cysts
nephrologists specializes in treatment and diagnosis of kidney
ureteroplasty surgical repair of ureter
Created by: wheelepa