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Urology System

TermDefinition
-edema swelling
-cele hernia
-ence state of
-esis a process
-ization a process of making, creating, or inserting
-ile pertaining to
ur/o- urine; urinary system
urin/o- urine; urinary system
urethr/o- urethra
ureter/o- ureter
noct/o- night
nephr/o- kidney; nephron
micturi/o- making urine
kal/i- Potassium
ket/o- ketones
hemat/o- blood
hydr/o- water
glycos/o- sugar
cyst/o- bladder
vesic/o- bladder
ren/o- kidney
pyel/o- renal pelvis
lith/o- stone
enur/o- to urinate
olig/o- scanty; few
-emia condition of the blood
parenchyma functional part of an organ
nephron parenchyma of the kidney
oliguria scanty urination
anuria no urine production
hematuria blood in the urine
ARF acute renal failure
CRF chronic renal failure
ESRD end stage renal disease
I&O Intake and Output
UTI Urinary Tract Infection
Glycosuria Sugar in the urine
Incontinence Involuntary urination at any time
Enuresis Bedwetting
Micturition Urination; voiding
Pyuria Pus in the urine
Created by: Marlys