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LOM CH 7 Review

Urinary System

urinary bladder; bladder cyst/o; vesc/o
night noct/i
protein albumin/o
calyx (calix) cali/o calic/o
cortex cortic/o
pus py/o
scanty olig/o
renal pelvis pyel/o
urea ur/o
nitrogen azot/o
enuresis bedwetting
hematuria blood in the urine
diuresis excessive urination
hypernephroma cancerous tumor of the kidney in adulthood
medullary pertaining to the medulla, inner region
cortical pertaining to the cortex, outer region
abscess collection of pus
dysuria painful urination
perivesical pertaining to surrounding of urinary bladder
uremia urea in the blood stream
surgical repair of the urethra urethroplasty
scanty urine flow oliguria
inflammation of the triangular area in the bladder trigonitis
acetone bodies or keytone presence in the urine ketonuria
suture of a kidney nephrorrhaphy
herniation of a ureter ureterocele
excessive thirst polydipsia
a method to remove toxic material from the blood when the kidneys have failed hemodialysis
condition of nitrogen in the blood azotemia
incision of a ureter to remove a stone ureterolithotomy
the process of visually examining the urinary bladder cystoscopy
x-ray record of urinary bladder and the urethra cystourethrogram
stone in the kidney nephrolithiasis
any abnormal kidney condition nephrosis
surgical repair of the renal pelvis pyeloplasty
condition of holding back blood from the cell of the kidney renal ischemia
amount of wastes, minerals, and solids in the urine specific gravity
displacement downward of a kidney nephroptosis
excessive development or growth of a kidney nephrohypertrophy
expelling urine micturition
a test that indicates to what degree the solution or urine is acid or alkaline pH test
the cup-like collecting region of the renal pelvis calyx
the hormone produced by the pancreas insulin
medical word for bed wetting enuresis
artificial kidney machine receives wate-filled blood from body, filters it, returns dialyzed blood to body hemodialysis
complete separation of waste from blood hemodialysis
general word for opening or canal meatus
tube used to give or draw fluids catheter`
dialation of the calyses of the renal pelvis calyectasia
disease caused by the inadequate secretion or resistance of the kidney to the action of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) diabetes insipidus
three separate waste products that are formed from protein metabolism and excreted in the urine creatinine, urea, and uric acid
condition of kidney stones nephrolithiasis
elevated blood pressure hypertension
inflammation of the kidney glomerulus glomerulonephritis
inflammation of the renal pelvis of the kidney pyelonephritis
condition of emlargement and distension of the kidney because of the block of urine flow hydronephrosis
breakdown products resulting from increased delivery of free fatty acids to the liver, and from catabolism of the fatty acids ketone bodies or acetones
multiple fluid-filled sacs (cysts) within and on the kidney polycystic kidney disease
test that measures amount of urea in blood BUN
which of the following are true of kidneys all of the above
what is nephrolithotomy removal of renal calculus (stones)from kidney
what does alkaline mean same as marked by basic
renal abscess could lead to what pyuria
what is the name of childhood renal carcinoma Wilms tumor
group of symptoms marked by edema, proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia nephrotic syndrome
high levels of ketone bodies in the blood can lead to what acidosis
medical word for protein in the urine albuminuria
process when using an artificial kidney machine hemodialysis
which of the following is a portion of the urinary bladder trigone
urinary meatus is located where distal end of the urethra
word for hernia of tube that connects kidney to the urinary bladder ureterocele
diabetes insipidus is characterized by all listed except for which one glycosuria
which of the following does NOT refer to an electrolyte uric acid
which are things glomeruli do all of the above
Created by: dlhbears