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5 Matching questions

  1. Meatus
  2. Polyuria
  3. Incontinence
  4. End-stage renal disease
  5. Chronic renal failure
  1. a a slow progressive deterioration in kidney function
  2. b inability to control elimination
  3. c diuresis; excessive urination
  4. d stage of failure in which the kidneys ultimately lose the ability to excrete waste products and regulate fluid and electrolytes
  5. e an opening in the external body that serves as a passageway for the elimination of urine

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. urine remaining in the bladder following the voiding
  2. a process of removing waste products excess fluids and electrolytes from the blood
  3. a sudden decrease in or total lack of kidney function; it can be reversed with prompt treatment
  4. 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
  5. excessive nighttime urination

5 True/False questions

  1. Neurogenic bladderproducts of the breakdown of fatty acids

          

  2. Azotemiaincreased nitrogenous wastes in the blood including urea and creatinine

          

  3. Peritoneal dialysisa process of removing waste products excess fluids and electrolytes from the blood

          

  4. Oligurialow amounts of urine or no urine

          

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