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body systems 2 quiz

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Na+
sodium
cysto
cystoscopic examination
UTI
urinary tract infection
renal angiography
dilation of narrowed areas in renal arteries
hemodialysis
method of removing waste product from the body
CAPD
continous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
renal biopsy
removal of kidney tissue for microscopic examination
BUN
blood urea nitrogen
ESWL
extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
with the exception of the incisional hernia, the use of mesh or other prosthesisis not separately reported when performing hernia repairs
True
the mucosal and submucosal tissue iof the lips and cheeks are included in the oral cavity
True
a cystourethroscope is passed through the urethra and bladder to view the urinary collecting system
True
to report the cystourethroscopic removal of a self-retaining indwelling ureteral stent, the correct codes would be 52310 or 52315. What modifier would be applied
none of the above
endoscopic procedures within the urinary subsection, kidney subheading, are often divided based on this unique factor
existence of a stoma
the first step in choosing the correct digestive endoscopic procedure code is to identify the _____ of the procedure
extent
what do the letters in UPP stand for
urethral pressure profile
a gastrostomy tube is placed inside the stomach for
feeding purposes
gas expelled through the anus
flatus
abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
ascites
loose, watery stools
diarrhea
bright, fresh red blood in stools
hematochezia
discharge of fat in the feces
steatorrhea
lack of appetite
anorexia
swelling, fluid in tissues
edema
collection of pus
abscess
high blood pressure caused by kidney disease
secondary hypertension
malignant tumor of the kidney
renal cell carcinoma
a narrowed area in a tube
stricture
high blood pressure that is idiopathic
essential hypertention
a tube for withdrawing or giving fluid
catheter
inadequate secretion of ADH
diabetes insipidus
dark pigment accumulates in urive as a result of liver disease
bilirubinuria
sugar in the urine, a symptom of diabetes mellitus
glycosuria
leaky glomeruli can produce this accumulation of albumin in urin
proteinuria
color of the urine is smoky red owing to presence of blood
hematuria
high levels of acids and acetones accumulate in urine
ketonuria
abnormal particles are present in urine--cells, bacteria, casts
sediment
urine is turbid (cloudy) owing to presence of WBCs and pus
pyuria
urine test that reflects the acidity of alkalinity of urine
pH
surgical repair of the eyelid
blepharoplasty
incision of a ring of muscles
sphincterotomy
removal of the gallbladder
cholecystectomy
surgical puncture of the abdomen for withdrawal of fluid
paracentesis
suture of a weakened muscular wall
herniorrhaphy
new surgical connection between the stomach and the first part of the small intestine
gastroduodenal anastomosis
new opening of the first part of the colon to the outside of the body
cecostomy
removal of gum tissue
gingivectomy
swollen, twisted veins in the rectal region
hemorrhoids
chronic liver disease resulting from alcoholism and malnutrition
cirrhosis
group of gastrointestinal symptoms associated with stress, but without inflammation of the intestines
irratable bowel syndrome
painful, inflamed intestines often caused by bacterial infection
dysentery
abnormal side-pockets in the intestinal wall
diverticula
calculi in the sac that stores bile
cholecystolithiasis
chronic inflammation of the large bowel with ulcers
ulcerative colitis
failure of peristalsis
ileus
sore or leasion of the mucous membrane in the stomach of duodenum
peptic ulcer
inflammation of the liver caused by type A, type B, or typbe C virus
hepatitus
large intestine
colon
tube connection the throat to the stomach
esophagus
small sac under the liver, stores bile
gallbladder
first part of the small intestines
duodenum
third part of the small intestine
ileum
first part of the large intestine
cecum
throat
pharynx
organ under teh stomach, produces insulin and enzymes
pancreas
removal of a kidney
nephrectomy
examination of the sigmoid colon
sigmoidoscopy
examination of the rectum and sigmoid colon
proctosigmoidoscopy
diagnostic laproscopy
peritoneoscopy
examination of the entire colon
colonoscopy
kidney stone
calculus
contrast material is injected through the liver and x-rays are taken of bile vessels
percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography
test to reveal hidden blood in feces
stool guaiac (Hemoccult)
x-ray examination of the lower gastrointestinal tract
barium enema
radioactive material is injected and image recorded of uptake in liver cells
liver scan
x-ray images of the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine after administering barium by mouth
upper gastro-intestinal series
sound waves are used to image abdominal organs
abdominal ultrasonography
percutaneous removal of liver tissue followed by microscopic analysis
liver biopsy
tube is inserted through the nose into the stomach
nasogastric intubation
measurement of bile pigment in the blood
serum bilirubin
transverse x-ray pictures of abdominal organs
CT of the abdomen
contrast material is injected through an endoscope and x-rays taken of the pancreas and bile ducts
endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
feces are placed in a growth medium for bacterial analysis
stool culture