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polycystic kidney disease
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder is inherited disorder characteriezed by many bilateral renal cysts that increase renal size but reduce functionin renal tissue
urethritis
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder is caused most commonly by E.coli in females and N. gonorrhea in males
nitrites
urethritis has ___ in the urine
cystitis
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder is a noninfectious bladder inflammation that causes burning, painful, and frequent urination with incontinence. patient will aslo have suprapubic and low back pain
nephroblastoma (wilms tumor)
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder is a malignant tumor of the kidney; less than 5 years of age and abdominal mass, hematuria
urinary incontinence
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder has an urge- often called "overactive bladder". the urgent need to get to the bathroom.
urinary incontinence
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder can be caused by stress- an increase in abdominal pressure such as exercise, cough, sneeze, laugh. due to weakened pelvic floor muscles
urinary incontinence
what condition of the kidney, ureter, and bladder has overflow- if you are not able to completely empty your bladder when you urinate. as a result, you have a constant or freuent dribble of urine
indirect inguinal
what type of herniea is most common type. that passes down the inguinal canal and exits at the external inguinal ring and into the scrotum. often in children, may be in adults
direct inguinal
what type of hernia does not pass through the inguinal canal but exits directly through the external inguinal ring instead. it is usually acquired from obesity or heavy lifting. the hernia is felt when the patient coughs or bears down
femoral
what type of hernia is not an inguinal hernia. it appears as a bulge lateral and inferior to the external inguinal ring at the site of the femoral pulse