Week 11 Homework (RENAL)

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Week 11 Homework Chapter 30 Study Guide Questions Morgan Swetoha Match the Definitions: 1. C 2. A 3. D 4. B Circle the Correct Words 5. Kills 6. Undergoes hypertrophy of existing glomeruli and tubules 7. Calcium phosphate; Uric acid 8. Neurogenic bladder 9. Bladder; Painless 10. Retrogenic up the urethra; Retrograde up a ureter 11. Confusion 12. Renal tubules; Pain 13. Histologic appearance 14. Irreversible; Chronic kidney disease Identify the Examples 20. D 21. A 22. B 23. C Describe the Differences 24. Cystitis is the inflammation of the urinary bladder, whereas pyelonephritis is the inflammation of a kidney. 25. Azotemia is the accumulation of nitrogenous wastes in the blood. The clinical manifestations are elevated BUN and creatinine. Uremia on the other hand is a syndrome that includes azotemia and is accompanied by many other clinical manifestations such as fatigue, anemia, and pruritus. Teach People About Pathophysiology 42. With a bladder infection, there is a risk of the infection spreading up into your kidneys. During pregnancy this risk will increase since the urine tubes that extend
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