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MTCH12- Urinary Trac

Peeing, a horrible pain in the but

The process of forming urine begins in the: glomeruli capsule "part of nephron"
The tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder are the ureters "small canals"
The muscular, hollow organ that temporarily holds the urine is the: urinary bladder "vesiclo- or cysto-"
The organ whose functions are to remove waste products from he blood and aid in maintaining water and acid base balance in the body is the: kidney
The root word nephr/o- in its combining form means: kidney
The prefix dia- literally and actually means: across, through, complete, or total
the suffix that means nourishment or development is: trophy
The suffix that means drooping, sagging or prolapsed (kidney) is: ptosis "nephro/ptosis"
The suffix that means the loosening, dissolution, breakdown or separation of (fluids or tissue) is: lysis "hemo/lysis"
The diagnostic term Nephro/dexto/ptosis actually means: drooping kidney to the right
The diagnostic term Ur/emia means: condition of urine in the blood
The diagnostic term that means inflamed kidney and renal pelvis: pyelonephritis
The diagnostic term that means kidney tumor or swelling: nephroma
The diagnostic term for a congenital defect in which the urinary meatus is located on the upper surface of the penis is: epispadias
The surgical term Lithotripsy means: surgical crushing of a stone
The surgical term that menas surgical fixation of repostition of the kidney nephr/o/pexy
A ureterostomy (or urostomy for short): is a surgically created opening in the ureter, bypasses the bladder, redirects the ureter to the outside of the body (ALL OF THE ABOVE)
the diagnostic term 'Cytoscopy' literally means procedure to view and examine the bladder "urine sac"
The diagnostic term "Stag Horn Calculus" refers to -------. deer antler shape- kidney stone
The diagnostic term "Polycystic Kidney Disease - PKD" refers to the kidney having multiple ____________ causing renal (refers to kidney) failure. sacs or blisters appearing in and on the kidney
The diagnostic term "In-continence" literally means _________ and is seen with the lack of control of the bladder or the rectum. not contained
The test that measures the amount of urea in the blood is called the: BUN Test "Blood Urea Nitrogen Test"
A person with Hyper/dipsia is suffering from: excessive thirst
The procedural technique in which X-rays are taken to show an organ or tissue at a particular depth is called: Tomo/graphy
A Pyelo/gram is an X-ray of: the renal pelvis
A wide surgical incision of the abdomen to detect disease is called a(n): staging laparotomy
The procedural term Nephro/graph/y actually means: process of X-ray filming the kidney
The term Cysto/scop/y means: procedural visual examination of the bladder "procedure-exact steps"
The medical term that means Scany or Slight Urination is: olig/uria
The medical term Py/uria means pus in the urine
The medical term hemat/uria means: blood in the urine- infection or hemorrhaging
The medical term glycos/uria means: sugar in the urine - diabetes
The medical term that means destruction of living tissue with an electric spark is also known as (AKA): fulguration
The medical term for a procedure (literally means to let down into ) that uses a flexible tube-like device to withdraw or instill fluids is: catheterization
The term Di/urectic literally means double urine and actually means agent that increases the amount of urine
The term Enuresis actually menas: bedwetting or involuntary urination
The medical term Mictur/ation actually and literally means: the process of urinating or voiding urine
The diagnostic term Hydro/nephr/o/sis actually means: condition of water "actually urine water is backing up into the kidney"
The diagnostic term Pyelo/nephr/itis literally means an inflammation of the kidney and kidney pelvis
Created by: KC Croy KC Croy

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