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Medical Terminolgy

Part 2

Peristaltic Waves sequqnce of rythmic contractions
Plasma Liquid Portion of Blood
Cyst/o bladder
lith/o stone
pyle/o renal
balan/o glans penis
orch/o testis
varic/o dilated vein
vesicul/o seminal vescile
azot/o nitogenous compounds
crypt/o hidden
kal/i potassium
noct/o night
py/o pus
anuria urine production and output
Azotemia excesive amounts of nitrogenous compounds in the blood
Bladder Neck Obstruction prevents urine
Chronic Renal Fialure kidneys maintain volume and composition of body fluids
dysuria painful urination
End-stage Renal disease kidney function is permanently lost
Enuresis involuntray discharge of urine
Fistula hollow organ to the surface
Hydronephrosis dilation of renal pelvis so the urination can occur
Nephrotic Syndrome Loss of plasma rotien due to an increase permeability of glomerular membrane
Nocturia wetting the bed
Oliguria inefficient excretion of urine
Urgency feeling of the need to void immediatly
Vesicoureteral Reflux failure to urine to pass through the ureters
Wilms Tumor malignant neolpasm of the kideny in children
anorchidism absence of one or both testes
aspermia failure to form or ejaculate semen
balanitis inflammation of skin covering the penis
Epispadias malformation of urethra opening
Erectile Dysfunction inability to maintain erection
hyrdocele serous fluid in teh saclike cavity within testes
hypospadias urethra opens on the underside of the penis
phimosis narrowing of preputial orifice
Sterility Inability to produce offfspring
Varicolcele swelling of he spermatic cord
Digital Rectal Examination screening of rectal wall surface for lesions
Electromyography measure the contraction of muscles tha the control urination
Cystoscopy test for urinary bladdat to test for tumors
Nephroscopy Visualization and irrigation of the kidney
Blood Urea Nitrogen amount of urea nitrogen
Culture and Sensitivity determines the causing organism of a disease
Semen Analysis sperm count
Cystometrography asseses the volume and pressure in teh bladder
Intravenous Pyelography examination of kidneys after iv infection
Dialysis Filter toxic substances from bloodstream
Hemodialysis removing blood from body and putting it through a machine that plays a role simialr to the kidney and filters and returns the blood
Nephropexy fixation of floating kideny
Orichdectomy removal of one or more testes
Antibiotics treat bacterial infections
Antispasmodics decrease spams
Diuretics increase excretion of urine
Potassium Supplements replace potassium
Anti-Impotance Agents treat erectile dysfunciton
AGN Acute glomerulonephritis
ARF Acute Renal Failure
ATN Acute Tubular Necrosis
BNO Bladder Neck Obstruction
BUN Blood Urea Nitrogen
DRE Digital Rectal Examiniation
EBT External beam therapy
ESRD End Stage renal disease
ESWL Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
GU Genitourinary
KUB Kidney, Ureter, Bladder
PCLN Percutaneour nephrolithotomy
sp. gr. Specific Gravity
TURP Transurethral resection of the ...
UA Urinalysis
VCUG Voiding Cystourethrography Prostate
VUR Vesicoureteral Relfux
Created by: mundyc10