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ALBUMIN
ANY OF NUMEROUS SIMPLE -HEAT-COAGULABLE, WATER-SOLUBLE PLASMA PROTEINS
ALBUMINURIA
PRESENCE OF ALBUMIN IN THE URINE, OFTEN SYMPTOMATIC OF KIDNEY DISEASE
CALCULUS
ABNORMAL CONCENTRATION OF MINERAL SALTS FOUND IN HOLLOW ORGANS OR DUCTS: ALSO CALLED STONES
CALYX
CUPLIKE CAVITY WHICH IS AN EXTENSION OF THE RENAL PELVIS
DIALYSIS
PROCESS OF REMOVING WASTE PRODUCTS FROM THE BLOOD OF A PATIENT IN RENAL FAILURE
ELECTROLYTIC
CAPABLE OF CONDUCTING ELECTRICITY
ENUCLEATE
TO REMOVE WITHOUT CUTTING INTO
FULGERATION
DESTRUCTION OF TISSUE BY MEANS OF LONG, HIGH-FREQUENCY ELECTRIC SPARKS
GENITOURINARY SURGERY
BRANCH OF SURGERY THAT DEALS WITH THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS AND THE ORGANS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM OF BOTH SEXES
GEROTA'S CAPSULE
PERINEAL FASCIA WHICH HELPS TO HOLD THE KIDNEY IN PLACE
GLOMERULUS
TUFT OF CAPILLARIES AT THE POINT OF ORIGIN OF THE NEPHRON
HEMATURIA
PRESENCE OF BLOOD IN THE URINE
IMPOTENCE
INABILITY OF THE MALE TO ACHIEVE AN ERECTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF INTERCOURSE
LITHOTRITE
CYSTOSCOPIC ACCESSORY USED TO CRUSH BLADDER CALCULI
NORMOTENSIVE
NORMAL BLOOD PRESURE
PTOSIS
DROPPING OR DROOPING OF AN ORGAN OR PART
RENAL DISEASE
ACUTE FAILURE OF THE KIDNEY TO PREFORM ITS ESSENTIAL FUNCTION
TRIGONE
TRIANGULAR SPACE AT THE BASE OF THE BLADDER
BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY (BPH)
NONMILIGNANT ENLARGEMENT OF THE PROSTATE GLAND; VERY COMMON WITH AGE
CHORDEE
VENTRAL CURVATURE OF THE PENIS CAUSED BY FIBROUS BANDS EXTENDING FROM HYPOSPADIAC UREATHRAL MEATUS
CRYPTORCHISM
(UNDESCENDED TESTICLE)
FAILURE OF TESTICLE(S) TO DESCEND INTO SCROTUM
CYSTITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE URINARY BLADDER
EPISPADIAS
CONGENITAL MALFORMATION IN WHICH THE UREATHRA TERMINATES ON THE DORSUM OF THE PENIS IN THE MALE OR ABOVE THE CLITORIS IN THE FEMALE; MORE COMMON IN MALES
GLOMERULUSLONEPHRITIS
VARIETY OF NEPHRITIS CHARACTERIZED BY INFLAMMATION OF THE CAPILLARY LOOPS IN THE GLOMERULI OF THE KIDNEY
HYDROCELE
ENLARGED, FLUID FILLED SAC WITHIN THE SCROTUM
HYPERNEPHROMA
TUMOR IN THE KIDNEY WHOSE CELLS RESEMBLE THOSE FROM THE ADRENAL CORTEX
HYPOSPADIAS
DEVELOPMENT ANOMALY IN WHICH THE MALE, THE UREATHRA OPENS ON THE VENTRAL SURFACE OF THE PENIS OR ON THE PERINEUM, OR IN THE FEMALE, THE URETHRA OPENS INTO THE VIGINA
NEPHRITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THEKIDNEY; ALSO CALLED BRIGHTS DISEASE
NEPHTOLITHIASIS
PRESENCE OF A RENAL CALCULI
NEPHROPTOSIS
DOWNWARD DISPALCEMENT OF A KIDNEY
NEPHROSCLEROSIS
HARDING OF THE KIDNEY ASSOCIATED WITH HYPERTENSION AND DISEASE OF THE RENAL ARTEROLES
NEPHROSIS
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS IN WHICH THERE IS MALFUNCTION OF THE KIDNEY TISSUE WITHOUT INFLAMMATION
PARAPHIMOSIS
RETRACTION OF THE PREPUCE WHICH CAUSES A PAINFUL SWELLING OF THE GLANS
PHIMOSIS
CONDITION OF THE UNCIRCUMCISED MALE IN WHICH THE PREPUCE WILL NOT RETRACT FROM THE GLANS
POLYCYSTIC KIDNEYS
CONGENITAL DISEASE IN WHICH MULTIPLE CYSTS GRADUALLY DESTROY THE TISSUE OF BOTH KIDNEYS
PYELITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS
PYELONEPHRITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS
PYELOPHLEBITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE VEINS OF THE RENAL PELVIS
SPERMATOCELE
LOBULATED INTRASCROTAL CYSTIC MASS ATTACHED TO THE UPPER POLE OF THE EPIDIDYMIS WHICH IS USUALLY CAUSED BY AN OBSTRUCTION OF THE TUBULAR SYATEM THAT CONVEYS THE SPERM
TESTICULAR TORSION
TWISTING OF THE TESTIS
UREMIA
ACCUMULATION IN THE BLOOD OF SUBSTANCES ORDINARILLY ELIMINATED IN THE URINE DUE TO THE INABILITY OF THE KIDNEYS TO FILTER OUT WASTE BECAUSE OF DAMAGE BY DISEASE OR TRAUMA
URINARY INCONTINENCE
INABILITY TO RETAIN URINE
URINARY STRESS INCONTINENCE
INABILITY TO RETAIN URINE DURING STRESS SUCH AS LAUGHING, COUGHING, SNEEZING, LIFTING, OR MOVING SUDDENLY
URINARY REFLUX (VESICOURETERAL)
BACKFLOW OF URINE FROM THE BLADDER TO THE URETERS
VARICOCELE
ENLARGEMENT OF THE VEINS OF THE SPERMATIC CORD
WILM'S TUMOR
CHILDHOOD MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF THE KIDNEY WHICH PRESENTS A FIRM, PAINLESS MASS WHOSE ENLARGEMENT MAY LITERALLY DISTEND THE ABDOMEN
BLOOD CREATININE
MEASURES WASTE PRODUCTION OF MUSCLE METABOLSM WHICH RISES WITH KIDNEY FAILURE
OPEN PROCEDURES
PREFORMED THROUGH AN INCISION
CLOSED PROCEDURES
PREFORMED THROUGH AN ENDOSCOPE
TELESCOPE
OPTICAL SYSTEM OF THE CYSTOSCOPE WITH DIFFERENT ANGLES OF VIEW AVAILABLE SUCH AS FORWARD, RIGHT-ANGLE, LATERAL, FOROBLIQUE, AND RETROSPECT
SHEATH
HOLLOW TUBE WHICH PROVIDES A PASSAGEWAY FOR THE INSTRUMENTS USED DURING CYSTOSCOPY AND RESECTION
OBTURATOR
METAL ROD WITH A ROUNDED TIP INSERTED INTO THE SHEATH AND ADVANCED SO ITS BLUNT TIP PROTRUDES PAST THE END OF THE SHEATH TO PREVENT THE SHEATH FROM ABRADING THE MUCOSAL LINING OF THE URETHRA AS IT IS INSERTED
HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR
CORRECTION OF THE CONGENITAL ANOMALY KNOWN AS HYPOSPADIAS
EPISPADIAS REPAIR
CORRECTION OF THE CONGENITAL ANOMALY KNOWN AS EPISPADIAS
URETHRAL MEATOTOMY
INCISIONAL ENLARGEMENT OF THE EXTERNALURETHRAL MEATUS TO RELIEVE STENOSIS OR STRICTURE
URETHRAL DILATION AND INTERNAL URETHROTOMY
GRADUAL DILATIN AND REMOVAL OF URETHRAL STRICTURE TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE URINARY DRAINAGE
URETHROPLASTY
REPAIR OF A URETHRAL STRICTURE THAT FAILS TO RESPOND TO INTERMITTENT DILATION
PENILE IMPLANT
INSERTION OS A PENILE PROSTHESIS FOR TREATMENT OF SEXUAL IMPOTENCE
HYDROCELECTOMY
EXCISION OF THE TUNICA VAGINALIS OF THE TESTIS TO REMOVE THE FLUID-FILLED SAC (HYDROCELE)
VASECTOMY
EXCISION OF A SECTION OF THE VAS DEFERENS AS APERMANENT METHOD OF STERILIZATION OR PRIOR TO A PROSTATECTOMY TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION FROM THE URETHRA TO THE EPIDIDYMIS
VASOVASOTOMY
MICROSURICAL RESTORATION OF THE CONTINUITY OF THE DIVIDED VAS DEFERENS
EPIDIDYMECTOMY
EXCISION OF THE EPIDIDYMIS FROM THE TESTIS
SPERMATOCELECTOMY
REMOVAL OF THE SPERMATOCELE WHICH IS USUALLY ATTACHED TO THE UPPER POLE OF THE EPIDIDYMIS WITHIN THE SCROTUM
VARICOCELECTOMY
LIGATION AND PARTIAL EXCISION OF DILATED VEINS IN THE SCROTUM
RADICAL LYMPHADENECTOMY
BILATERAL RESECTION OF RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODES FOR TREATMENT OF TESTICULAR TUMORS; USUALLY PREFORMED AFTER AN ORCHIECTOMY