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5 Matching questions

  1. Azotemia
  2. End-stage renal disease
  3. Frequency
  4. Incontinence
  5. Micturition
  1. a stage of failure in which the kidneys ultimately lose the ability to excrete waste products and regulate fluid and electrolytes
  2. b need to void more than usual
  3. c inability to control elimination
  4. d (voiding or urination) the process of emptying the urinary bladder
  5. e increased nitrogenous wastes in the blood including urea and creatinine

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. low amounts of urine or no urine
  2. a condition in which the kidneys are unable to carry out the normal functions necessary to eliminate waste products and maintain fluid and electrolyte balance
  3. a process for eliminating nephrotoxins and retained fluid from the body
  4. products of the breakdown of fatty acids
  5. urinary incontinence after voluntary control has normally been reached

5 True/False questions

  1. Chronic renal failurea sudden decrease in or total lack of kidney function; it can be reversed with prompt treatment

          

  2. Glomerulonephritisan inflammatory disease of the glomerulus affecting kidney function; can be acute or chronic

          

  3. Acute renal failurea sudden decrease in or total lack of kidney function; it can be reversed with prompt treatment

          

  4. Meatusblood in the urine

          

  5. Urethritisan inflammation of the urethra and causes redness irritation edema of the mucosa and urethral discharge

          

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