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Flavin AP106 FINAL

AP106 Final Practice 2017

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Micturition To pass urine or void.
Kidney (R) touches the liver and is slightly lower than the left
Structure of the kidney includes: Renal cortex, medulla, pyramids, papilla, and pelvis
The function of the kidneys is to: form urine, fluid, electrolytes, and wastes from metabolism are filtered from the blood and enter the nephron.
Kidney failure would result in: Nitrogenous waste products accumulate as a result of protein breakdown and quickly reach toxic levels if not excreted.
Kidney function can be reduced or fail due to: Aging, Illness and or Injury
Kidney disease can cause anemia by reducing the body's ability to produce ____________ when needed EPO (erythropoietin
Ureters connect The kidneys to the bladder
Urethra transports urine only in females and urine and semen in males.
Bladder sends a message to the brain at about 350ml that emptying is needed.
2 million nephrons balance the composition of blood plasma.
Glycosuria is sugar in the urine
UA Test done to evaluate the urinary system.
Semen mixture of sperm and secretions of accessory sex glands.
Scrotum contains the testes, it is suspended from the groin.
BPH enlargement of prostate common in older men
ED failure to achieve erection of the penis.
Menopause End of the reproductive cycle at approx. 45 - 50 years of age.
LMP last menstrual period
Hysterectomy removal of the uterus
Menstrual cycle last approx. 28 days and involves many changes in the uterus, ovaries, vagina, and breast
STD sexually transmitted disease
Infertility Infertility can result from factors such as infection and inflammation, tumors, and hormonal imbalances.
PID acute inflammatory condition of the uterus, uterine tubes, or ovaries caused by infection.
Male organs: produce, store, and ultimately introduce mature sperm into the female reproductive tract.
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