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chabner chapter7

test review for chapter 7

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caliceal pertaining to a calix
urinary meatal stenosis narrowing of the urinary meatus
medullary pertaining to the inner, middle section
cystocele hernia of the urinary bladder
vesicourtereal reflux back flow of urine from the bladder into the ureter
azotemia uremia, excess of nitrogen waste in the blood
plolydipsia condition of much thrist
nocturia frequent urination at night
oliguria scanty urination
dysuria painfull urination
urinary retention inhability to release urine from the bladder
polyuria excessive urination
anuria a term that means no urine production
bacteriuria bacteria
enuresis bed wetting
IVP intravenous pyelogram
BUN blood urea nitrogen
cysto cystoscopic examination
Na+ sodium-an electrolyte
UTI urinary tract infection
ESWL extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
hemodialysis artifical kideny machine
renal biopsy removal of kidney tissue for microscopic examination by a pathologist
renal angiography dialation of narrowed areas in reanal arteries
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #1 glomerulus
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #2 bowman capsule
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #3 renal tubule
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #4 renal pelvis
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #5 ureter
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #6 urinary bladder
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #7 urethra
path of wich urine forms and leaves the body in order #8 urinary meatus
Created by: prsb