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x-ray of the urinary tract
KUB
nephrolithotomy
incision to remove a renal calculus
ESWL
shock waves crush urinary tract stones
protein in the urine
ketonuria
alkaline
basic
high levels of ketones in the blood can lead to
acidosis
uremia
azotemia
portion of urinary bladder
trigone
group of symptoms marked by edema, proteinuria, and hypoalbumineumia
nephrotic syndrome
nitrogenous waste
creatinine
surrounding the urinary bladder
perivesical
renal abscess may lead to
pyuria
childhood renal carcinoma
wilms tumor
meatal stenosis
narrowing of the urethral opening to the outside of the body
diabetes insipidus is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT
glycosuria
renal pelvis
pyel/o
oliguria
scanty urination
nephrosclerosis
hardening of blood vessels in the kidney
high levels of acids and acetones accumulate in urine
ketonuria
urine is turbid (cloud) owing to presence of WBCs and pus
pyuria
urine test that reflects the acidity or alkalinity of urine
pH
dark pigment accumulates in urine as a result of liver disease
bilirubinuria
leaky glomeruli can produce this accumulation of albumin in urine
proteinuria
abnormal particles are present in urine – cells, bacteria, casts
sediment
sugar in the urine; a symptom of diabetes mellitus
glycosuria
color of the urine is smoky red owing to presence of blood
hematuria
high blood pressure that is idiopathic
essential hypertension
malignant tumor of the kidney
renal cell carcinoma
inadequate secretion of ADH
diabetes insipidus
a narrowed area in a tube
stricture
collection of pus
abscess
swelling, fluid in the tissues
edema
high blood pressure caused by kidney disease
secondary hypertension
polydipsia
excessive thirst
ESWL
shockwaves are used to crush urinary tract stones
IVP
intravenous pyelogram
bacteriuria
bacteria in the urine
polyruia
excessive urination
male gonad
testes
gland below bladder and surrounding urethra
prostate
tissue that produces sperm cells
seminiferous tubules
hair-like tail region of sperm
flagellum
tube that leads from the epididymis to urethra
vas deferens
foreskin
prepuce
male castration would result from which of the following
bilateral orchiectomy
inflammation of the glans penis
balanitis
chancre is primary lesion in which condition
syphilis