Can easily carry fecal bacteria into the urethra

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can easily carry fecal bacteria into the urethra. Bacteria enter the urethra andtravel up to the bladder, causing a urinary tract infection (UTI).
Question 100 / 2 ptsA patient was just placed under general anesthesia. He is now awake and telling you heis having a hard time excreting urine. What is most likely causing the difficulty?
Correct AnswerUrinary retention due to slowed detrusor muscleQuestion 112 / 2 ptsThis region of the male urethra exits the bladder.
Question 124 / 4 ptsDescribe the difference between the two types of nephrons.
Question 131.5 / 3 ptsFor micturition to occur, the _____ sphincter _____.A. internal; contractsYou AnsweredB. internal; relaxesC. external; contractsD. external; relaxesE. A&CCorrect AnswerF. B&DQuestion 140 / 3 ptsThis is the pressure that depends upon the amount of proteins in the filtrate:
Capsular pressureNet filtration pressureGlomerular filtration rateYou AnsweredHydrostatic pressureQuestion 155 / 5 ptsCalculate the net filtration pressure for your patient given the following values. Showyour work.(Not all values listed may be used).- Colloid osmotic pressure = 25- Capsular pressure= 15- Hydrostatic pressure = 50- GFR= 120
Question 16
5 / 5 ptsDescribe in detail how the kidney controls its own rate of blood flow through thenephron.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
Tags
loop of Henle, renal medulla, Renal Capsule, renal pyramids

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