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Kidneys Where do I go? Urinary Pathology Urinary System Bonus
100
What is two?
How many kidneys do we have?
100
What is the urethra?
I go from the urinary bladder to the outside world.
100
What is Renal Hypertension?
High blood pressure resulting from kidney disease.
100
What is Urine?
Nitrogenous waste composed of water, salts and acid.
200
What is micturition?
The physiological term for urination.
200
What is kidney bean?
What the is the kidney?
200
What are the ureters?
We carry urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder.
200
What is Bladder Cancer?
Malignant tumor of the urinary bladder.
200
What is Kidney?
This organ prevents waste from metabolism from building up and becoming toxic to the body.
400
What is detrusor muscle?
The smooth muscle making up most of the wall of the urinary bladder which contracts involuntary to expel urine from the body through the urethra.
300
What is nephrons?
What are the functions units of the kidneys?
300
What is the urinary bladder?
I can hold up to 16 ounces of urine before it passes through to the urethra.
300
What are Kidney Stones?
Forms when there is excessive amount of calcium or uric acid.
300
What is Urinalysis?
Set of test performed on urine to determine chemical and microscopic composition.
800
What is incontinence?
The name of the disorder common to women who have had children and elderly men in which a person increasingly loses control over their micturition reflex.
400
What is getting rid of wastes, filtering blood, reabsorption, and formation of urine?
What are the four functions of the kidneys?
400
What is the loop of henle?
I connect the proximal convoluted tubule and the distal convoluted tubule in mammals and birds. Fish don't have one of me.
400
What is Renal Cell Carcinoma?
Cancerous tumor of the Kidney in adulthood.
400
What is homeostasis?
Removing of excesses of normal biological molecules, such as ion and vitamins, helps maintain this.
What is external urethral?
The constriction of this skeletal muscle contracts voluntarily to prevent urine from leaving the bladder.
500
What is no?
Can you live without your kidneys?
500
What is Bowmans capsule?
I encapsulated (surround) the glomerulus and catch the filtrates that are pushed out of the blood.
500
What is Polycystic Kidney disease?
Multiple fluid-filled sacs (cysts) within and on the kidney.
500
What is nephron?
Microscopic structure composed of a renal corpuscle and a renal tubule.
What is transitional?
The bladder is able to expand as urine accumulates within it due to the presence of this type of epithelial tissue.




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