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Lbt 280 ppt day one

Urinary system

polyuria The unusual passing of large amounts of urine. As much as 2.5 liters a day for an adult
What drugs can lead to polyuria? Mood stabilizers such as lithium and the antibiotic Declomycina(demeclocycline)
oliguria Less urine than normal. In an adult less than 400 ml per day
hematuria The presence of blood, specifically red blood cells in the urine. Hematuria occurs in 10% of the general population
anuria The absence of urine. The passage of less than 50 mg per day
cystitis inflammation of the urinary bladder
dysuria painful or difficult urination
urinary system relating to, involving, or affecting urine or the organs that form and discharge urine
excretory system system that isolates and discharges waste matter generated through metabolism example: through urinating
Created by: kristinajoy