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Disorders of the Urinary Tract

anuria complete lack of urine excretion
calculus a stone within the body, may be found throughout the urinary tract
diuresis excreting large amounts of urine
dysuria painful or difficult urination
end stage renal disease (ESRD) terminal kidney failure, treatment requires dialysis or transplantation
enuresis bed wetting, inability to control bladder
glomerulonephritis inflammation of the glomeruli
hematuria blood in the urine
hydronephrosis swelling of the renal pelvis due to obstruction
interstitial cystitis inflammation of the bladder, cause unknown
interstitial nephritis inflammation of the spaces between the glomeruli and tubules
kidney cysts fluid-filled masses in the kidney
medullary sponge kidney small cysts in the renal pyramids of the medulla
nephrosis edema of the kidney from protein loss
nephrolithiasis kidney stone
nephropathy any disease of the kidney
neurogenic bladder bladder is unable to function due to injury of the nervous system
nocturia excessive urination at night
phimosis stenosis of the opening of the foreskin over the penis
polycystic kidney disease (PKD) multiple cysts in the kidney
proteinuria excess protein in the urine
pyelitis inflammation of the renal pelvis
pyelonephritis inflammation of the kidney and renal pelvis
pyuria pus in the urine
renal artery stenosis narrowing of the major artery that supplies blood to the kidney causes the renal artery to become blocked
renal cell carcinoma malignant growth in the kidney
renal colic pain caused from a kidney stone
renal failure decreased function of the kidney
renal hypertension high blood pressure due to kidney disease
stricture narrowing of a structure interferes with urine flow
uremia accumulation of toxins causing a systemic reaction
ureteritis inflammation of the ureter
ureterolith stone in the ureter
urethritis inflammation of the urethra
urgency uncontrolled urge to empty the bladder
urinary calculi stones located anywhere in the urinary tract
urinary incontinence loss of bladder control of urine passage
urinary overflow incontinence bladder leaks when overfull
urinary retention inablility to empty the bladder fully
urinary stress incontinence bladder leaks when sneezing, laughing, or coughing
urinary tract infection infection usually of the bladder and urethra
vesicoureteral reflux backflow of urine back to the kidney due to impairment of the ureter
Created by: kate8686