bonus_chapter_6 - (medical term 5 Structure that urine...

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1) Match the following definition with the correct structures (lettered below) 2) Write the word part next to the structure (one does not have a medical word part) 3) Build one medical terms using the primary word part 4) Identify the structure on the diagram 1. A million of these are located in each kidney, they produce urine _____, ______________ _____________________________ (medical term) 2. Indentation on the medial side of the kidney, where ureter leaves the kidney ____, __________ ____________________________(medical term) 3. Muscular, hollow organ that holds urine _____, ____________ ____________________________ (medical term) 4. Opening through which the urine passes to the outside _____, ________________
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Unformatted text preview: _____________________________(medical term) 5. Structure that urine passes from the bladder to the outside of the body ____, ____________ _____________________________(medical term) 6. Cluster of capillaries at the entrance of the nephron _____, ________________ ___________________________________medical term) 7. Takes urine from the kidneys to the bladder ______, ________________ ____________________________________(medical term) 8. Collects urine and passes it to the ureter ______, __________________ ____________________________________medical term) a. nephron b. urinary meatus c. urethra d. ureters e. hilum f. renal pelvis g.. glomerulus h. bladder BONUS CHAPTER 6...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course HSC 2531 taught by Professor Chancey during the Spring '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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