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Chapter 7:12

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Transcript of Chapter 7:12

Key Terms
Workbook Answers
Related Health Careers
Dialysis Technician
Urologist
Nephrologist
Medical Laboratory Technologist/Technician
Chapter 7:12
The Urinary System

Bibliography
Objectives
Label a diagram of the urinary system
State the functions of the ureter, bladder, and urethra
Describe at least three diseases of the urinary system
Define, pronounce, and spell all key terms
renal artery
renal vein
kidney
renal cortex
renal medulla
renal pelvis
ureter
urinary bladder
urethra
urinary meatus
homeostasis
peristalsis
rugae
polyuria
oliguria
anuria
hematuria
pyuria
nocturia
dysuria
rentention
incontinence
proteinuria
albumminuria
1.
A. renal artery
B. renal vein
C. kidney
D. renal cortex
E. renal medulla

F. renal pelvis
G. ureter
H. urinary bladder
I. urethra
J. urinary meatus
2.
a state of equilibrium, or constant state of natural balance in the internal environment of the body
3.
nephrons, renal, glomerulus, water, mineral salts, glucose, metabolic products, Bowman's capsule, convoluted tubule, reabsorbed, capillaries, glucose, mineral salts, water, wastes, urine
4.
peristalsis; moves urine from the kidney to the bladder
5.
series of folds on the walls of the bladder; allow bladder to expand to fill with urine
6.
females: shorter urethra and carries only urine
males: longer urethra and carries both urine and semen
7.
urea, uric acid, creatinine, mineral salts, various pigments
8.
a. excessive urination
b. below normal amounts of urination
c. absence of urination
d. blood in the urine
e. pus in the urine
f. urination at night
g. painful urination
h. inability to empty the bladder
i. involuntary urination
j. protein in the urine
k. albumin in the urine
9.
pyelonephritis, cystitis, renal calculi, uremia
10.
removal of waste products from the blood by a hemodialysis machine
11.
chronic glomerulonephritis
chronic renal failure
uremia
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