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Urinary System CH14


Enlargement of the prostate gland: Benign prostate hyperplasia
Fusion of the lower poles of the kidneys during the development of the fetus: Horseshoe kidney
Inflammation of the capillary loops of the glomeruli of the kidneys: Glomerulonephritis
Artificial opening between the urinary bladder and aspects of the large intestine: Vesicorectal Fistula
A large stone that grows and completely fills the renal pelvis: Staghorn Calculus
Increased blood pressure to the kidneys due to atherosclerosis: Renal Hypertension
Normal kidney that fails to ascend into the abdomen but remains in the pelvis: Ectopic Kidney
Multiple cysts in one or both kidneys Polycystic kidney disease
Created by: rachelreilly