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68WM6 Urinary System

68WM6 P2 Urinary System

QuestionAnswer
Anasarca Severe, generalized edema
Anuria Urinary output of less than 100-250ml in 24hrs
Asthenia General feeling of tiredness and listlessness
Asotemia Retention of excessive amounts of nitrogenous compounds in the blood.
Bactereriuria Bacteria in the urine
Costovertebral Angle (CVA) Pertaining to a rib and a vertebra; one of two angles that outline a space over the kidneys
Cytologic Evaluation (Cytology) Study of cells and their formation, origine, structure, biochemical activities and pathology.
Dialysis Medical procedure for the removal of certain elements from the blood or lymph by virtue of the difference in their rates of diffusion through an external semipermeable membrane or in the case of peritoneal dialysis, through the peritoneum.
Dysuria Painful or difficult urination
Hematuria
Hydronephrosis
Ileal Conduit
Micturition
Nephrotoxins
Nocturia
Oliguria
Prostatodynia
Pyuria
Residual Urine
Pyuria
Residual Urine
Retention
Urolithiasis
How much can the bladder hold? 750-1000ml
How much urine remains in the bladder after urination? 10ml
How much urine for the urge to urinate? 250ml
Created by: 508780505