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Amorphous shapeless; no form ; takes the shape of whatever its substance is found in urine
bilirubin orange pigment; in urine ; results in breakdown of hemoglobin
cast microscopic protein deposit found in urine ; indicates kidney infection.
crystals microscopic found in urine ; presence in urine that can indicate disease
chain of custody guidelines for collecting and transsporting urine especially for drug screening
creatinine waste products formed in the muscles and excreted by the kidney
ketones/acetone breakdown of fat metabolism
reagent strip also called a "dipstick" used for chemical testing of urine
supernatant liquid portion of urine after centrifugation
specific gravity amount of substance suspended in the urine ; weight of the substance measured in the weight of distilled water
turbidity cloudiness of the urine
urobilinogen when red blood cells die after 21 days ; breakdown: colorless compound produced by small intestine after the breakdown by bacteria of bilirubin
urea end of protein metabolism
nitrites by product of bacteria
what are the characteristics of urine physical, chemical and microscopic
what are the process involved in urine production filtration , reabsorbtion and secretion
parts of urinary system 2 kidneys 2 ureters 1 urethra and 1 urinary bladder
wherein the body is the urinary system located 12th thoracic vertabrae 3rd lumbar retropentoneal back of pentoneal
the inner and outer layer of the kidneys outer :cortex inner:medulla
the filtering unit of the kidney nephron (1 million each kidney)
the parts of the nephron are glomerulous, distal convulated tube bowmans capsule, proximal tube , collecting tubes, loop of henry
medical terms for kidney reno , nephro
substance filtered from body water , ammonia , electrolyte , glucose , amino acid , creatinin and urea. (approximately 1 million milliliters pass each minute)
physical components of urine color(appearance) tubidity and odor .
chemical component of urine
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