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Uniary system

VTA 125 Urinary system

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parts of the urinary system kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra
what is the primary function of the urinary system filter and excrete waste, regulate body fluids
what are the layers of the outer capsule of the kidney cortex, medulla, pelvis
what is the functional unit of the kidney nephron
which system is the kidney functions regulated by endocrine system
what do the ureters do carries urine from the renal pelvis to the bladder
what does the urethra do tube passing urine from bladder through the pelvic cavity to exit the body.
what cause a urethral blockage uroliths
when is kidney failure detectable after about 75% of functional capability is lost
If you have a patient with an increase in blood urea nitrogen and an increase in creatinine what might they have kidney failure
what is BUN nitrous waste
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