Exam 6 Lecture 5

Exam 6 Lecture 5 - 13:06 Exam6Lecture5:UrinarySystem o o...

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13:06 Exam 6 Lecture 5: Urinary System Matula – flask used to collect urine in medieval times Monks – practiced medicine Uroscopy – one of the biggest ways for diagnosis Uroscopy Wheels and medical diagnosis: o There are different colors of urine and they mean different things o Urine is indicative of your personality o Matula has different layers that corresponds to different parts of the body Urochromatic terms: o Urocyanin -blue o Uroerythrin –red o Uromelanin -black o Uroporphyrin –purple o Urorrhodin –pink o Uroxanthin –yellow o Urofuscin –reddish brown; fusia o Cloudy urine refers to pregnancy or urinary tract infection
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Urinalysis: o What is in the urine Symptomatic terms: o Pyuria – leukocytes in urine o Azoturia – nitrogenous waste in urine o Albuminuria – protein in urine o Aciduria – acid in urine o Hematuria – blood in urine o Hypersthenuria – excessively strong urine (specific gravity in urine)
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Exam 6 Lecture 5 - 13:06 Exam6Lecture5:UrinarySystem o o...

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