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Medical Terminology

Unit 12 - Self Assessment - Urinary System

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The tubes that carry urine from the kidney's to the bladder are called uramaters. True or False False
Identify the condition that results when the body cannot rid itself of harmful wastes, the blood pressure rises, the body retains excess fluids and does not make enough red cells. a. Renal Failure, b. Kidney Failure, c. End stage renal disease (ERH) d. All responses are used to describe the condition
Which one is the abbreviation used to denote acute cystitis? AC, UFO, UTI, ACT UTI
A solid piece of material that forms in the kidney results in which of the following conditions? Interstitial cystitis, Nephrolithiasis, Acute Cystitis, Urinary tract infection (UTI) Nephrolithiasis
Identify the hollow organ in the lower abdomen that stores urine: Urethra, Ureters, Bladder, Kidney Bladder
An IVP test is used to diagnose which of the following? a. Kidney stone, b. Nehprolithiasis, c. both a and b, d. interstitial cystitis c. both a and b.
The kidneys act as endocrine glands. True or False True
Which condition is a result of an infection in the urinary bladder by bacteria E. coli? Interstitial cystitis, Chronic cystitis, Acute cystitis, Urinary incontinence Acute cystitis
Functions of the Urinary Tract System include: a. Maintaining the volume of body fluids, b. regulating insulin levels, c. excreting wastes, d. both a and c. d. both a and c.
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