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Haney Medterm 15-9

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What is ADH? antidiuretic hormone
What is AGN? acute glomerular nephritis
What is ARF? acute renal failure
What is BUN? blood urea nitrogen
What is CAPD? continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
What is CCPD? continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis
What is CRF? chronic renal failure
What is cysto? cystoscopy
What is EPO? erythropoietin
What is ESRD? end-stage renal disease
What is ESWL? extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy
What is GFR? glomerular filtration rate
What is HD? hemodialysis
What is IVP? intravenous pyelogram
What is KUB? kidneys,ureters,bladder
What is pH? abbreviation for the degree of acidity or alkalinity of a solution; pH means potential hydrogen
What is RP? retrograde pyelogram
What is sp.gr. specific gravity
What is UA? urinalysis
What is UTI? urinary tract infection
What is VCUG? voiding cystourethrogram
nephr/o kidney
urin/o urine
py/o pus
-uria urine condition
Created by: Ohara1951