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UG Test - Surg Tech Studies - AST book

Litho refers to a: stone
One of the principal muscles of thte pelvic floor is the" levator ani
The adrenal glands are located: above the kidney
In the normal adult, the average number of leukocytes per cubic millimeter of circulating blood is" 5,000 to 10,000
Which gland is also known as the master gland? pituitary gland
The root word adeno means: gland
The loose skin covering the glans penis like a sheath is called the: prepuce
The distal end of the penis is slightly enlarged and is called the: glans penis
In a male, the structure surrounding the entrance to the urethra just below the urinary bladder is: the prostate gland
The function of the seminal vesicles is to: nourish and protect sperm
Cryptorchidism is treated by what surigical procedure? Orchiopexy
The patient is schedlued for a right nephrectomy. What is the correct position? left lateral position with the kidney rest elevated, bottom leg flexed
All of the following statements concerning urinary catherization are true except: If a 5 cc balloon Foley catheter is used, you should insert 5cc of sterile water into the inflation port
Dujring a suprapubic prostatectomy, the surgeon uses what to enucleate the prostate gland? the surgeon's finger
Why are non-asorbable sutures such as silk not reccomended for the use in the bladder or gallbladder? They may cause infection
Which PH is the most acidic PH? 6.15, the lower the number, the more acidic
The preoperative urinalysis performed on Jan C. indicates that the specific gravity is 1.050. This is: above the normal range and she is dehydrated
A double bowl-shaped evacuator used during a TURP to remove prostatic tissue is a/an: Ellik
A Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz procedure is a/an: bladder neck suspension for female urinary incontinence
Following a TURP, a patient will have a three-way Foley wtih a 30 cc balloon inserted. What is the purpose of this type of catheter? The 30 cc balloon exerts pressure on the prostatic fossa and provides hemostasis
An ESWL is a/an: non-invasive procedure to treat renal calculi
The glomerulus, Bowman's capsule, proximal and distal tubules, and the loop of Henle are all part of the: nephron
The triangular area in the bladder floor formed by the three openings of the right and left ureters and the urethra is the: trigone
The long, coiled tube in which the sperm mature is the: epididymis
Stone forceps on a kidney set are: Randall
On which setup wtould a Stamey needle be found? urologic
Which procedure would utilize a Masson Judd retractor? bladder
A Furlow inserter is used in: penile implantations
Which setup would ionclude a Gomco clamp? circumcision
The abnormal congenital opening of the male urethra on the underside of the penis is referred to as: hyposadius
Urinary catherization is MOST commonly performed in the: O.R. after induction of anesthesia
Which of the following is NOT part of the renal tubule? Bowman's Capsule
Which renal filtration structure restricts the movement of blood, cells, and large molecules? glomerular capillary endothelium
Which portion of the renal tuble system is responsible for increasing the surface area for enhanced absorption and secretion? proximal convoluted tubule
The medial border of the kidney that recieves the renal bllod vessels is called the: hilum
Which outer portion of the kidney contains the glomeruli? cortex
Which structures unite to form the renal pelvis? major calyces
Which artery provides the blood supply to the kidney? inferior phrenic
Which muscle is responsible for emptying the bladder and closing the bladder orfice? detrusor
Enucleate means: remove en bloc without trauma
The __________ incision is made for a suprapubic prostatectomy? transverse or longitudinal incision into the space of Retzius
The ileal conduit procedure is most commonly done following a/an: radical cyctectomy
Which important clinical landmark is marked by ureteral and urethral orifices? trigone
Which artery provies the blood supply to the bladder? vesical
The portion of the skin covering the distal base of the penis that forms the free fold is the: prepuce
Which rare condition is indicated by an overproduction of cortisol by the cortex of the adrenal gland? Cushing's disease
Of the four basic chenical types of urinary calculi, which accounts for the majority of cases? calcium
Which disorder is marked by cluid-filled, benign cycsts in the parenchyma of the kideny? polycystic kideny disease
Which congential condition is marked by the absence of the anterior wall of the urethra? epispadius
Stones in the renal pelvis are removed because: they are painful, they cause trauma, they could be come lodged
Torsion of the testicle is: twisting of the tesis, resulting in ischemia and necrosis
Removal of the testicle is most commonly preformed to treat all of the following except: torsion
Bilateral orchiectomy is performed to control: unilateral cancer of the testicle
Which blood test can indicate the possiblity of cancer? PSA
Which diagnostic tool involves the use of intravenous dye and radiological films to view the urological system? IVU
All of the following are true for a nephrectomy except that: radical neprectomy involves the incision of only 1 kidney
Which surgical procedure involves diverting urine flow through an isolated loop of bowel? koch pouch
WHich statement regarding adrenalectomies is not true? adrenal tumors can always be removed endoscopically
Mild stress incontinence in women can be reduced by a(n): anterior colporrhapy
To repaid a bilateral undescended testicles, the surgeon must make an incision or incisions in the ________. scrotum
The procedure involving only the removal of 1 testis and the epidiymis is: simple orchiectomy
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