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Which condition is the abnormal narrowing of the tube that carries urine out of the body called
Which of following is not a characteristic of nephrotic syndrome?
T/F: Homeostasis is a state of Equilibrium that produced a constant internal environment throughout the body
T/F: The kidneys are located within the peritoneal membranes of the abdominal cavity.
Kidneys are located behind (posterior to) the abdominal cavity, in the retroperotoneum.
T/F: Diuretics are administered to decrease urine secretion
Diuretics are administered to increase urine secretion(False)
T/F: A Urinary Tract Infection usually begins with the kidney
Urinary Tract Infection usually begins with the bladder. (False)
T/F: Lithotripsy- the Destruction of a kindney stone thru the use of ultrasonic waves
Extracorporeal shockwave lithiotripsy is the the Destruction of a kindney stone thru the use of ultrasonic waves. (False)
T/F: Renal Colic is caused by inflammation of the kidney.
Glomerulonephritis is caused by inflammation of the kidney. (False)
T/F: A ureterolith is a stone in the urethra
Ureterolith is a stone located anywhere along the ureter (False)
A vesicovaginal fistula is an abnormal opening between the bladder and vagina.
Vesicovaginal Fistula (True)
T/F: Renal Failure is the inability of one or both kidneys to perform their functions
Renal Failure (True)
T/F: Polycystic Kidney Disease is an inherited kidney disorder in which the kidneys become enlarged because of multiple cysts
Polycystic Kidney Disease (True)
T/F: Ureterostenosis is the distention of a ureter
Ureterostenosis is the narrowing of the ureter.
T/F: Each Glomerulus is surrounded by a renal pelvis
Glomerulus, which is a cluster of capillaries is surrounded by a cup shaped membrane called the Bowman's Capsule.
T/F: A urinary sphincter, located at each end of the urethra, controls the flow of urine
Urinary sphincter (True)
T/F: Urine is the major waste product of protein metabolism
Urea is the major waste product of protein metabolism (False)
T/F: A kidney transplant requires 2 kidneys to replace the function of the recipients kidneys
A kidney transplant requires 1 kidneys to replace the function of the recipients kidneys(False)
T/F: Urethralgia is inflammation of the urethra
Urethralgia is inflammation of the urethra(False)
**Urethralgia is pain in the urethra.
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