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CYST/O
BLADDER,SAC
VESIC/O
BLADDER,SAC
GLOMERUL/O
GLOMERULUS
MEAT/O
OPENING MEATUS
NEPHR/O
KIDNEY
REN/O
KIDNEY
PYEL/O
RENAL PELVIS
AZOT/O
UREA,NITROGEN
BLAST/O
DEVELOPING CELL OR GERM CELL
GLYC/O
SUGAR
GLYCOS/O
SUGAR
HYDR/O
WATER
LITH/O
STONE,CALCULUS
NOCT/I
NIGHT
OLIG/O
SCANTY,FEW
SON/O
SOUNDS
TOM/O
CUT,SECTION
URIN/O
URINE OR URINARY TRACT
UR/0
URINE OR URINARY TRACT
-IASIS
CONDITION
-ESIS
CONDITION
-LYSIS
ENLARGEMENT
-MEGALY
ENLARGEMENT
-PTOSIS
DROPPING,SAGGING,PROLAPSE
-RRHAPHY
SUTURING,REPAIRING
-TRIPSY
SURGICAL CRUSHING
-TROPHY
NOURISHMENT,DEVELOPMENT
-URIA
URINE,URINATION
CYSTITIS
INFLAMMATION OF BLADDER
CYTOCELE
PROTRUSION OF THE BLADDER
CYSTOLITH
STONE IN THE BLADDER
GLOMERULONEPHYRITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE GLOMERULI OF THE KIDNEYS
HYDRONEPHROSIS
ABNORMAL CONDITION OF WATER IN THE KIDNEY OR DISTENSION OF THE RENAL PELVIS WITH PEE BECAUSE OF AN OBSTRUCTION
NEPHRITIS
INFLAM KIDNEY
NEPHROBLASTOMA
KIDNEY TUMOR CONTAINING DEVELOPING CELL MALIG
NEPHROHYPERTROPHY
EXCESSIVE DEVELOPMENT
NEPHROLITHIASIS
CONDITION OF STONE IN THE KIDNEY
NEPHROMA
TUMOR OF THE KIDNEY
NEPHROMEGALY
ENLARGEMENT OF A KIDNEY
NEPHROPTOSIS
DROOPING KIDNEY
PYELITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS
PYELONEPHRITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS AND THE KIDNEY
UREMIA
CONDITION OF THE URINE IN THE BLOOD
URETERITIS
INFLAMMATION OF A URETER
URETEROCELE
PROTRUSION OF A URETER
URETEROLITHIASIS
CONDITION OF STONES IN THE URETERS
URETEROSTENOSIS
NARROWING OF THE URETER
URETHROCYSTITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA AND THE BLADDER
EPISPADIAS
CONGENITAL DEFECT IN WHICH THE URINARY MEATUS IS LOCATED IN THE UPPER SURFACE OF THE PENIS
HYPOSPADIAS
CONGENITAL DEFECT IN WHICH THE URINARY MEATUS IS LOCATED ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE PENIS OR IN FEMALE
POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE
CONDITION IN WHICH THE KIDNEY CONTAINS MANY CYSTS AND IS ENLARGED
RENAL CALCULI
STONES IN THE KIDNEY
RENAL HYPERTENSION
ELEVATED BP RESULTING FROM KIDNEY DISEASE
SEPSIS
PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS USUALLY BACTERIA, ENTER THE BLOODSTREAM, CAUSING A SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO THE INFECTION
URINARY RETENTION
ABNORMAL ACCUMULATION OF URINE IN THE BLADDER BECAUSE OF AN INABILITY TO URINATE
URINARY SUPPRESSION
SUDDEN STOPPAGE OF URINE FORMATION
CYSTECTOMY
EXCISION OF THE BLADDER
CYSTOLITHOTOMY
INCISION OF BLADDER TO REMOVE A STONE
CYSTORRHAPY
SUTURING THE BLADDER
CYSTOSTOMY
CREATING AN ARTIFICAL OPENING INTO THE BLADDER
CYSTOTOMY
INCISION OF BLADDER
VESICOTOMY
INCISION OF BLADDER
LITHOTRIPSY
SURGICAL CRUSHING OF A STONE
NEPHRECTOMY
EXCISION OF A KIDNEY
NEPHROLYSIS
SEPARATING THE KIDNEY
NEPHROPEXY
SURGICAL FIXATION OF THE KIDNEY
NEPHROPYELOLITHOTOMY
INCISION THROUGH THE KIDNEY TO THE RENAL PELVIS TO REMOVE A STONE
NEPHROSTOMY
CREATION OF AN ARTIFICAL OPENING INTO THE KIDNEY
PYELOLITHOTOMY
INCISION OF THE RENAL PELVIS TO REMOVE A STONE
PYELOPLASTY
SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE RENAL PELVIS
EXTRACRPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY
NONINVASIVE TO REMOVE STONE BY USING ULTRASOUND AND IS PASSED THROUGHOUT URINE
FULGURATION
DESTRUCTION OF LIVING TISSUE WITH AN ELECTRIC SPARK TO REMOVE BLADDER GROWTHS
INTRAVENOUS UROGRAM
XRAY OF URINARY TRACT WITH INJECTION TO SEE
NEPHROSONOGRAPHY
PROCESS OF RECORDING THE KIDNEY USING SOUND
NEPHROTOMOGRAM
KIDNEY X-RAY
RENOGRAM
RECORD OF KIDNEY BY INJECTION RADIOACTIVITY INTO BLOOD
RETROGRADE UROGRAM
XRAY IMAGE OF THE URINARY TRACT WITH CONTRACT MEDIUM INSTILLED THROUGH URETHRAL CATHETERS BY A CYTOSCOPE
VOIDING CYSTOURETHROGRAPHY
XRAY OF BLADDER AND URETHRA USING A DYE DURING URINATION
URINOMETER
INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF URINE
kub
ABDOMEN XRAY
BLOOD UREA NITROGEN BUN
BLOOD TEST THAT DETERMINES AMOUNT OF UREA IN BLOOD
CREATININE
MEASURES AMOUNT IN BLOOD
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
MEASURES CONCENTRATING AND DILUTING ABILITY OF THE KIDNEYS
URINALYSIS
MULTIPLE ROUTINE TESTS PERFORMED ON A URINE SPECIMEN
ANURIA
ABSENCE OF URINE
AXOTEMIA
EXCESSIVE UREA NAD NITROGENOUS SUBSTNACES IN THE BLOOD
DIURESIS
URINE PASS THROUGH INCREASE
DYSURIA
DIFFICULT URINATION
OLIGURIA
SCANTY URINE
POLYURIA
ALOT OF URINE
CATHETER
FLEXIBLE TUBE USED TO WITHDRAW OR INSTILL FLUIDS
DIURETIC
AGENT THAT INCREASES URINE
ENURESIS
INVOLUNATRY PEEING
HEMODIALYSIS
REMOVE IMPURITIES FROM BLOOD BECAUSE KIDNEYS CANT
INCONTINENCE
INABILITY TO CONTROL BLADDER OR BOWELS
MICTURATE
TO PEE
PERITONEAL DIALYSIS
REMOVE TOXIC WASTES WHEN KIDNEY CANNOT TO PERITONEAL CAVITY IS USED AS A RECEPTACLE FOR THE FLUID USED IN THE DIALYSIS
STRICTURE
ABNORMAL NARROWING
URODYNAMICS
PERTAINING TO THE FORCE AND FLOW OF URINE WITHIN THE URINARY TRACT