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A Chabner 7

Portion of the urinary bladder: trigone
Glomerular: pertaining to small balls of capillaries in the kidney
Meatal stenosis: narrowing of the urethral opening to the outside of the body
Electrolyte: sodium
Nitrogenous waste: creatinine
Renal pelvis: pyel/o
A term that means no urine production is: anuria
Surrounding the urinary bladder: perivesical
Uremia: azotemia
X-ray of the urinary tract: KUB
Oliguria scanty urination
Diabetes insipidus is characterized by all of the following except: glycosuria
Hernia of the tube connecting the kidney and urinary bladder: ureterocele
Artificial kidney machine: hemodialysis
Nephrolithotomy: incision to remove a renal calculus
Protein in the urine: albuminuria
Renal abscess may lead to: pyuria
Alkaline pH
A group of symptoms marked by edema, proteinuria, and hypoalbuminemia: nephrotic syndrome
High levels of ketones in the blood can lead to: acidosis
Childhood renal carcinoma: Wilms tumor
Urine is held in the bladder: urinary retention
Test that measures the amount of urea in the blood: BUN
Nephrosclerosis: hardening of blood vessels in the kidney
ESWL: shock waves crush urinary tract stones
Sugar in the urine; a symptom of diabetes mellitus glycosuria
Color of the urine is smoky red owing to presence of blood hematuria
Urine is turbid(cloudy) owing to presence of WBCs and pus pyuria
Abnormal particles are present in urine-cells, bacteria, casts sediment
Urine test that reflects the acidity or alkalinity of urine pH
Dark pigment accummulates in urine as a result of liver disease bilirubinuria
High levels of acids and acetones accumulate in urine ketonuria
Leaky glomeruli can produce this accumulation of albumin in urine proteinuria
High blood pressure that is idiopathic essential hypertension
Malignant tumor of the kidney renal cell carcinoma
High blood pressure caused by kidney disease secondary hypertension
A tube for withdrawing or giving fluid catheter
Collection of pus abcess
Swelling, fluid in tissues edema
Inadequate secretion of ADH diabetes insipidus
A narrowed area in a tube stricture
Created by: leemiller