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Micturition urination and voiding refer to the passage of urine from the body or the empting of the bladder
Oliguria = scanty amount of urine(Abnormally slight or infrequent urination)
Polyuria is an unusually large amount of urine
Incontinence is when an individual voids urine involuntarily
Proteinuria is the presence of abnormally high amounts of plasma protein in the urine; usually an indicator of kidney disease
Suppression no urine formation
Reabsorption is the movement of substances out of the renal tubules into the blood capillaries located around the tubules.
Pap Smear is also known as papanicolaou and this is a vaginal exam done in the lithotomy and this is completed to detect cervical cancer
Amenorrhea is the absence of the menstrual cycle
Menorrhagia is excessively heavy menstrual flow with cycles of normal length. It is also called hypermenorrhea
Metrorrhagia = is heavy uterine blood flow occurring between regular menstrual periods; usually associated with pain
Where does sperm develop in testes and are also called spermatogenesis
Know the Menstrual Cycle Day 1 to 5 is the menses or menstrual period. Small patches of dead cells of the uterine lining slough off leaving torn blood vessels which is where the bleeding comes from Day 6 to 13 is the Proliferative phase. This is where epithelial cells reproduce repairing the uterine lining Day 14 is when the ovum is released from the ovary and moves to the uterine also known as the fallopian tube for possible fertilization Day 15 to 28 the uterine prepares for pregnancy by growing thicker, secreting and developing greater blood supply. On the last day blood supply decreases greatly causing lining cells to die
Retention is the inability to void, urinate ect…
Anuria is the absence of urine
Cystitis is the inflammation of the urinary bladder
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