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Clinical Terms Ch 26

Clinical Terms Exam 4 for Urinary System

QuestionAnswer
cystitis Inflammation of the URINARY Bladder Lining, usually from infection
dysuria Painful Urination
hemodialysis a technique where artificial membrane is used to regulate the composition of the blood and remove waste products
calculi "Kidney Stones" formed from calcium deposits, magnesium salts, or crystals of uric acid
incontinence an inability to voluntarily control urination
nephrolithiasis the presence of Kidney Stones
pyelogram an image obtained by taking an x-ray of the Kidneys after a radiopaque compound has been administered
urethritis inflammation of the Urethral Wall
urinary obstruction blockage of the conducting system by a calculus or other factors
urinary tract infection (UTI) Urinary tract inflammation caused by bacteria or fungal infection
Created by: afogel