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Unformatted text preview: MED 265 – Fall 2011 Homework #2 Due 10/17/11 Page 1 of 7 1. Portion of the urinary bladder: a. Hilum b. Pylorus c. Fundus d. Medulla e. Trigone 2. Glomerular means pertaining to: a. A tube leading from the kidney to the bladder b. Small balls of capillaries in the kidney c. A tube in the bladder d. A collecting chamber in the kidney e. The urinary bladder 3. Meatal stenosis: a. Enlargement of an opening b. Stoppage of blood flow to the kidney c. Incision of an opening d. Widening of the bladder orifice e. Narrowing of the urethral opening to the outside of the body 4. Electrolyte: a. Bilirubin b. Creatinine c. Albumin d. Sodium e. Glucose 5. Nitrogenous waste: a. Creatinine b. Fatty acid c. Lipid d. Carbon dioxide e. Sugar 6. Renal pelvis: a. nephr/o b. cyst/o c. ren/o d. py/o e. pyel/o MED 265 – Fall 2011 Homework #2 Due 10/17/11 Page 2 of 7 7. A term that means no urine production is: a. Diuresis b. Anuria c. Voiding d. Micturition e. Nocturia 8. Surrounding the urinary bladder: a. Suprarenal b. Infrarenal c. Perivisceral d. Perivesical e. Perinephric 9. Uremia: a. Azotemia b. Hematuria c. Dysuria d. Cystitis e. Hemorrhage 10. X-ray of the urinary tract: a. Renal ultrasonography b. KUB c. BUN d. Cystoscopy e. Renal dialysis 11. Oliguria: a. Nocturia b. Polyuria c. Scanty urination d. Bacteriuria e. Pus in the urine 12. Diabetes insipidus is characterized by all of the following except: a. Polydipsia b. Glycosuria c. Polyuria d. Pituitary gland malfunction e. Insufficient ADH MED 265...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course MED 265 taught by Professor Abc during the Fall '11 term at UCSD.
- Fall '11