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Chapter 5 & 6 Review!
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Accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity.
Disease with diarrhea, bowel spasms, fever and dehydration
Slender, tubular instrument with light source and camera to visualize the digestive tract
instrument of viewing
Inflammation of the stomach and intestines
Spread of a disease from one part of the body to another
A surgically made union between two tubular structures
Artificial opening (Greek mouth)
Where is the inflammation in the hepatitis?
In the term submucosa, the prefix means?
The color denoted in the term Leukoplakia is?
The element os means?
If the root cyst means bladder, what is a cystectomy?
If a medication is given postprandially, you will take it after?
Gingivitis has a root that means?
A cholecystectomy is?
(bile) (surgical removal)
What is the adjective used to describe a dilated, tortuous vein?
On the basis of the suffix, you know that the peritoneum will be?
An artificial method of filtration to remove excess waste materials and water from the body
Absence of urine production
lack of, without
Scanty production of urine
Composed of many cysts
The complex of symptoms arising from renal failure
Bed- wetting, urinary incontinence
The external opening of a passage (Latin a passage)
Act of passing urine
composed of, pertaining to
An involuntary response to a stimulus (Latin to bend back)
Band of muscle that encircles an opening; when the muscle contracts, the opening squeezes closed (Greek band)
To evacuate urine or feces (Latin to empty)
Surgical procedure to support the urinary bladder
Difficulty or pain with urination
The number of times something happens in a given time
state of, quality of
Pertaining to a disease of unknown etiology
Inability to prevent discharge or urine or feces
state of , quality of
A holding in of what should normally be discharged (Latin hold back)
Above the symphysis pubis
Where does waste-laden blood enter the kidney?
The medical term to describe urine being forced back up the ureter to the kidneys is:
What results if the kidney produces too much renin?
What is the end product of nitrogen metabolism?
What do urethritis(inflammation of urethra), Cystitis (inflammation of urinary bladder), Pyelitis (inflammation of renal pelvis), and pyelonephritis (inflammation of kidney and renal pelvis) all have in common?
Each kidney is the size of a(n)?
What protects the kidney?
The external opening of a passage is called a?
The glomerulus is encased in?
The Bowman capsule
Nephrotic syndrome involves large amounts of ____ leaking out into the urine.
Muscular tube, about 10 inches long, that carries urine to bladder. This describes
The renal vein
Another name for a kidney stone is:
Water is returned to the blood by:
Peritoneal and continuous cycling are terms that apply to:
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