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Urine Terminology

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Name 2 anatomical parts of the kidney and their function. Capsule - thin but tough outer membrane that protects the kidney from infection/trauma Renal pelvis - large funnel for collecting urine from all parts of the kidney
Which one of the following is described as a genitourinary tract infection that is limited to the urethra, bladder, and in males, the prostate? A. Upper UTI B. Acute Urethral Syndrome C. Pyelonephritis D. Lower UTI D. Lower UTI
___________ pertains to a rib and a vertebrae while __________ pertains to the small intestine. Costovertebral, enteric
One of the main culprits of AUS in young, sexually active women is _____________. Staphylococcus saprophyticus
____________ is a general term applied to some species of the Family _________________, including E. coli and ________________. Coliform, Enterobacteriaceae, Klebsiella species