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Everest345 mod e wk 2

af- toward
albumin/o protein
cyst/o sac, bladder
dia- through, between apart
diur/o tending to increase urine output
-ef out
-en in, into, within
-esis state, condition
hemat/o blood
-iasis condition, state
-lith stone, calculus
-lysis destruction
meat/o opening
nephr/o kidney
noct/o night
-otomy incision
-ptosis prolapse, drooping
pyel/o renal pelvis
ren/o kidney
-tripsy crushing stone
ureter/o tube from kidney to bladder
urethra/o tube from bladder to outside the body where urine is released
uria urine, urination
afferent going or moving toward center
albuminuria protein in urine
diuresis increased excretion of urine
efferent going or moving away from center
enuresis involuntary discharge of urine at night
hematuria blood in urine
hemodialysis removing poison in blood as blood goes through a machine
meatotomy incision into urinary meatus
nephrolithiasis presence of renal calculi
nocturia excessive night urination
calculus stone in the body composed of minerals
catheterization passage of a tube into the urinary bladder
diuretic medicine that pulls fluid from cells to increase urine output
excrete elimination of waste material
incontinence inability to control excretion of waste
IVP intravenous pyelogram
KUB x-ray of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder
micturition urination, void
urinalysis test performed on urine
UTI urinary tract infection
antidiuretic medicine used to maintain fluid level in body
cystitis inflammation of the urinary bladder
dialysis filtering of blood by machine outside the body
glomerulonephritis inflammation of the glomerulous
polyuria excessive urination
pyelonephritis inflammation of the pelvis of the kidney
uremia excess poisonous waste products in the blood
Urologist physician who specializes in disorders of the urinary system
peritoneal dialysis filtering poisons from the blood through a catheter in the abdomen
urea protein compound found in urine and blood
alkalosis dangerous amount of alkaline in the body
acidosis dangerous amount of acid and hydrogen in the body
nosocomial infection infection acquired during hospitalization
sediment solid particles that settle out of liquid
-ferent to carry
Created by: everest