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Urinary quiz chpt18

What are the functions of the kidneys To remove waste, maintain fluid, and secrete substances effecting the blood reservoirs
What is the amount of urine secreted daily 1-2 liters
Approximately how much do the kidneys drop from the supine to the upright position 2 inches
What are the microscopic components of the parenchyma of the kidney called Nephrons
What is the cluster of blood capillaries within the capsules called Glomerulus
What part of the kidney filters the blood The glomerulus
How much fluid can the adult bladder hold 500 mL
Where does the ureters enter the bladder At the posterior wall
What is the site called where the ureters enter the bladder Ureterovesical junction
What does the urinary system consist of Urinary tract( 1 urethra,1 urinary bladder, 2 kidneys, and 2 ureters)
Which projection would place the right kidney perpendicular to the IR AP RPO
What is the CR angle for the AP Axial projection of the urinary bladder 10-15 degrees caudal
What is the CR angle of the PA Axial projection of the urinary bladder 10-15 degrees cephalad
What is the normal creatinine level 0.6-1.2 mg/100mL
What is the best overall index for the function of the kidneys (GFR) Glomerular Filtration Rate
What s the normal GFR range 120-125 mL/min
What is the value that shows renal dysfunction 90 mL/min or less
What are the mild reactions to contrast medium Sensation of warmth, metallic taste,and sneezing
What are the moderate reactions to contrast medium Anaphylactic( respiratory or cardiac crisis) this may include laryngospasms
What is the cup shaped recesses in the center of each kidney that receives the urine from the collecting ducts called Calyces
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