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ureterectomy ureter/ectomy excision of the ureter
cystotomy cyst/o/tomy incision into the bladder
polyuria poly/uria excessive urine
cystoscopy cyst/o/scopy visual examination of the bladder
vesicotomy vesic/o/tomy inciscion into the bladder
pyelolithotomy pyel/o/lith/o/tomy incision into the renal pelvis
diuresis di/ur/esis condition of urine passing through (increased excretion of urine)
nephrectomy nephr/ectomy excision of the kidney
urethrocystitis urethr/o/cyst/itis inflammation of the urethra and the bladder
urogram ur/o/gram radiographic image of the urinary tract
pyelonephritis pyel/o/nephr/itis inflammation of the renal pelvis and the kidney
nephroscopy nephr/o/scopy process of viewing the kidney
urinary urin/ary pertaining to urine
nocturia noct/uria night urination
cystitis cyst/itis inflammation of the bladder
nephrostomy nephr/o/stomy creation of an artificial opening into the kidney
cystostomy cyst/o/stomy creation of an artificial opening into the bladder
urologist ur/o/logist physician who studies and treats diseases of the urinary tract
nephrology nephr/o/logy study of the kidney
nephrolitotomy nephr/o/lith/o/tomy incision into the kidney to remove stone(s)
nephrolysis nephr/o/lysis separating the kidney (from body structures)
hematuria hemat/uria blood in the urine
nephrolithotripsy nephr/o/lith/o/tripsy surgical crushing of stone(s) in the kidney
cystogram cyst/o/gram radiographic image of the bladder
glycosuria glycos/uria sugar (glucose) in the urine
cystocele cyst/o/cele protrusion of the bladder
glomerulonephritis glomerul/o/nephr/itis inflammation of the gomeruli of the kidney
ureteroscopy ureter/o/scopy visual examination of the ureter(s)
pyuria py/uria pus in the urine
dysuria dys/uria difficult or painful urine
nephromegaly nephr/o/megaly enlarged kidney
pyelitis pyel/itis inflammation of the renal pelvis
oliguria olig/uria scanty urine (output)
nephroptosis nephr/o/ptosis drooping kidney
nephrography nephr/o/graphy radiographic imaging of the kidney
cystectomy cyst/ectomy excision of the bladder
cystolith cyst/o/lith stone(s) in the bladder
ureterstenosis ureter/stenosis narrowing of the ureter
nephrosonography nephr/o/son/o/graphy process of recording the kidney using sound
nephropexy nephr/o/pexy surgical fixation of the kidney
nephroma nephr/oma tumour of kidney
ureterolithiasis ureter/o/lith/iasis condition of stone(s) in the ureter
anuria an/uria absence of urine
albuminuria albumin/uria albumin in the urine
nephrologist nephr/o/logist specialist who studies and treats disease and disorders of the kidney
ureteritis ureter/itis inflammation of the ureter
retrograde urogram retrograde ur/o/gram radiographic image of the urinary tract
cystorrhaphy cyst/o/rrhaphy suturing the bladder
cystoscope cyst/o/scope instrument used for visual examination of the bladder
nephrolithiasis nephr/o/lith/iasis condition of stone(s) in the kidney
renogram ren/o/gram radiogrphaic record of the kidney
ureterostomy ureter/o/stomy creation of an artificial opening into the ureter
azotemia azot/emia urea in the blood
meatotomy meat/o/tomy incision into the meatus
meatal meat/al pertaining to the meatus
ureterocele ureter/o/cele protrusion of a ureter
hydronephrosis hydro/nephr/osis abnromal condition of water in the kidney
urology ur/o/logy study of the urinary tract
pyeloplasty pyel/o/plasty surgical repair of the renal pelvis
cystography cyst/o/graphy radiographic imaging of the bladder
cystolithotomy cyst/o/lith/o/tomy incision into the bladder to remove stone(s)
distended stretch out
incontinence inability to control the bladder and/or bowels
micturate to pass urine
enuresis involuntary urination
urinal receptacle for urine
void empty or evacuate waste material, urinate
stricture abnormal narrowing
lithotripsy lith/o/tripsy surgical crushing of stone(s)
nephritis nephr/itis inflammation of the kidney
Created by: JamilaMayDG



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