Flashcards in Medical Terminology for Health Professions Part 9 Deck (188):
a sac-like organ composed of the fundus, body, and antrum
any disease of the mouth due to a fungus
the surgical repair of the mouth
bleeding from any part of the mouth
specimens of feces that are examined for content and characteristics
occurs when a portion of the intestine is constricted inside the hernia and its blood supply is cut off
part of the group of complex symptoms that include pain, headache, or difficulty in chewing athat are related to the functioning of the temporomandibular joint
temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
formed at the back of the mouth where the maxillary and mandibular arches come together
total parenteral nutrition
administered to patients who cannot, or should not, get their nutrition through eating
passes horizontally from right to left toward the spleen
any restriction to the opening of the mouth caused by trauma, surgery, or radiation associated with the treatment of oral cancer
a chronic condition of unknown cause in which repeated episodes of inflammation in the rectum and large intestine cause ulcers and irritation
upper and lower GI series
radiographic studies to examine the digestive system
hangs from the free edge of the soft palate
hangs from the lower portion of the cecum
finger-like projections that cover the mucosa that lines the small intestine
the twisting of the intestine on itself that causes an obstruction
the lack of adequate saliva due to diminished secretions by the salivary glands; also known as dry mouth
the removal of a body part or the destruction of its function
acute renal failure (ARF)
has sudden onset and is characterized by uremia
the absence of urine formation by the kidneys
benign prostatis hypertrophy
an abnormal enlargement of the prostate gland that occurs most often in men over age 50
a program of urinating on a schedule with increasingly longer time intervals
the use of a handheld ultrasound transducer to measure the amount of urine remaining in the bladder after urination
performed to withdraw urine for diagnostic purposes, to control incontinence, or to place fluid into the bladder
chronic renal failure
the progressive loss of renal functions
used as a primary tool for evaluation of the urinary system
pain in the urinary bladder
the surgical removal of all or part of the urinary bladder
an inflammation of the bladder
a hernia of the bladder through the vaginal wall; also called a fallen bladder
a radiographic examination of the bladder after instillation of a contrast medium via a urethral catheter
a stone located in the urinary bladder
the surgical fixation of the bladder to the abdominal wall
the surgical suturing of the bladder
the visual examination of the urinary bladder using a cystoscope
a procedure to remove waste products from the blood of a patient whose kidneys no longer function
the increased output of urine
digital rectal examination
performed on men to screen for prostate enlargement, infection, and indications of prostate cancer
difficult or painful urination
excessive fluid in the body tissues
end-stage renal disease (ESRD)
refers to the late stages of chronic renal failure in which there is irreversible loss of the function of both kidneys
the involuntary discharge of urine
a congenital abnormality of the urethral opening where in the male, the urethral opening is located on the upper surface of the penis, and in the female the urethral opening is in the region of the clitoris
extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL)
the destruction of stones with the use of high-energy ultrasonic waves traveling through water or gel
approximately 1.5 inches long; urethral meatus is located between the clitoris and the opening of the vagina; conveys only urine
a form of nephritis that involves primarily the glomeruli; also known as Bright's disease
a cluster of capillaries surrounded by a cup-shaped membrane called the Bowman's capsule
the process by which waste products are filtered directly from the patient's blood to replace the function of damaged kidneys
hemolytic uremic syndrome
a condition in which hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia cause acute renal failure and possibly death
the dilation (swelling) of one or both kidneys
the distention of the ureter with urine that cannot flow because the ureter is blocked
the presence of abnormally high concentrations of protein in the urine
a congenital abnormality of the urethral opening where in the male the urethral opening is on the under surface of the penis, and in the female the urethral opening is into the vagina
the inability to control excretory functions
one that remains inside the body for a prolonged time
a chronic inflammation within the walls of the bladder
a radiographic study of the kidneys and ureters used to diagnose changed in the urinary tract
a series of pelvic muscle exercises used to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor to control urinary stress incontinence in women
a pair of bean-shaped organs that filter water and waste materials from the blood
KUB (Kidneys, Ureter, Bladder)
a radiographic study of these structures without the use of a contract medium
a surgical incision for the removal of a stone from the bladder
approximately 8 inches long; urethral meatus is located at the tip of the penis; transports both urine and semen
a surgical incision made in the urinary meatus to enlarge the opening
the inner region of the kidney
the distention of a kidney
an inflammation of the kidney or kidneys
a stone located in the kidney; also known as renal calculus or a kidney stone
a disorder characterized by the presence of stones in the kidney
the surgical removal of a nephrolith (kidney stone) through an incision in the kidney
a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the kidneys
the freeing of a kidney from adhesions
a functional unit of the kidney
any disease of the kidney including degenerative and inflammatory conditions
the surgical fixation of a floating kidney
the prolapse of a kidney
suppuration (formation or discharge of pus) of the kidney
any degenerative kidney disease causing nephrotic syndrome without inflammation
the establishment of an opening from the pelvis of the kidney to the exterior of the body
a urinary problem caused by interference with the normal nerve pathways associated with urination
excessive urination during the night
urinary incontinence during sleep
overactive bladder (OAB)
occurs when the detrusor muscle in the wall of the bladder is too active
a congenital abnormality in males in which the urethral opening is on the side of the penis
treatment of a kidney stone that is performed with a nephroscope inserted through a small incision in the back
dialysis in which the lining of the peritoneal cavity acts as the filter to remove waste from the blood
polycystic kidney disease
a genetic disorder characterized by the growth of numerous fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys
part of the male reproductive system and surrounds the urethra
the surgical removal of all or part of the prostate gland
prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
blood test used to screen for prostate cancer
the condition of having symptoms resulting from compression or obstruction of the urethra due to benign prostatis hypertrophy
an inflammation of the renal pelvis
an inflammation of both the renal pelvis and of the kidney
the surgical repair of the renal pelvis
a surgical incision into the renal pelvis
pertaining to the kidneys
an acute pain in the kidney area that is caused by blockage during the passing of a kidney stone
the outer region of the kidney
the inability of one or both of the kidneys to perform their functions
the funnel-shaped area within each kidney that is surrounded by renal cortex and medulla
the grafting of a donor kidney into the body to replace the recipient's failed kidneys; a kidney transplant
a radiograph of the urinary system taken after dye has been placed in the urethra through a sterile catheter and caused to flow upward (backward) through the urinary tract
an abnormal mineral deposit that has formed within the body; also known as a calculus
the inability to control the voiding of urine under physical stress such as running, sneezing, laughing, or coughing
the placement of a catheter into the bladder through a small incision made through the abdominal wall just above the pubic bone
the removal of an overgrowth of tissue from the prostate gland through a resectoscope
the smooth triangular area on the inner surface of the bladder located between the openings of the ureter and urethra
an inflammation of the urinary bladder that is localized in the region of the trigone
the major waste product of protein metabolism
a toxic condition resulting from renal failure in which kidney function is compromised and urea is retained in the blood
the distention of a ureter
the surgical removal of a ureter
a stone located in a ureter
the surgical repair of a ureter
the discharge of blood from the ureter
the surgical suturing of a ureter
two narrow tubes which transport urine from the kidney to the bladder
the tube extending from the bladder to the outside of the body
peformed by inserting a tube along the urethra and into the bladder
the external opening of the urethra
an inflammation of the urethra
the surgical fixation of the urethra, usually for the correction of urinary stress incontinence
bleeding from the urethra
an abnormal discharge from the urethra
abnormal narrowing of the urethra
the surgical creation of a permanent opening between the urethra and the skin
a surgical incision into the urethra for relief of a stricture
the examination of urine to determine the presence of abnormal elements
a hollow muscular organ that is a reservoir for urine before it is excreted from the body
difficulty in starting a urinary stream
the inability to control the voiding of urine
urinary tract infection (UTI)
an infection that usually begins in the bladder but that can affect all or parts of the urinary system
the normal process of excreting urine
the pigment that gives urine its normal yellow-amber or straw color
a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the urinary system of females and the genitourinary system of males
an abnormal opening between the bladder and vaginan that allows the constant flow of urine from the bladder into the vagina
a diagnostic procedure in which a fluoroscope is used to examine the flow of urine from the bladder and through the urethra
a malignant tumor of the kidney that occurs in young children
Shaken together, violently agitated
Feeling, nervous sensation, sense of perception
Process of producing a picture or record
Spinal cord, bone marrow
Nerve, nerve tissue
Root or Nerve root
Having an affinity for
Excessive fear of heights.
Group of disorders involving the parts of the brain that control thought, memory, and language.
Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis
Rapidly progressive neurological disease that attacks the nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscles.
Medication used to induce anesthesia.
Medical Professional who specializes in administering anesthesia, but is not a physician. EX nurse anesthetist.
Mental conditions characterized by excessive, irrational dread of everyday situation, or fear that is out of proportion to the real danger in a situation.
Subgroup of autistic spectrum disorders.
Temporary paralysis of the seventh cranial nerve that causes paralysis only on the affected side of the face.
Ultrasound study of the carotid artery that is performed to predict or diagnose an ischemic stroke.
Persistent, severe, burning pain that usually follows an injury to a sensory nerve.
Condition characterized by poor muscle control, spasticity, and other neurologic deficiencies.
Nerve pain caused by pressure on the spinal nerve roots in the neck region.
Abnormal fear of being in small or enclosed spaces.
Mental activities associated with thinking, learning, and memory.
Deep state of unconsciousness marked by the absence of spontaneous eye moments, no response to painful stimuli, and no vocalization.
Violent shaking up or jarring of the brain.
Acute condition of confusion, disorientation, disorders thinking and memory, agitation, and hallucinations.
Disorder involving sudden and sever mental changes or seizures caused by abruptly stopping the use of alcohol.
False personal belief that is maintained despite obvious proof or evidence to the contrary.
Slowly progressive decline in mental abilities including memory, thinking, and judgement that is often accompanied by personality changes.
Thick, tough, outermost membrane of the meninges.
Learning disability characterized by substandard reading achievement due to the inability of the brain to process symbols.
Use of ultrasound imaging to create a detailed visual image of the brain for diagnostic purposes.
Process of recording the electrical activity of the brain through the us of electrodes attached to the scalp.
Inflammation of the brain.
Regional anesthesia produced by injecting medication into the epidural space of the lumbar or sacral region of the spine.
Chronic neurologic condition characterized by recurrent episodes of seizures of varying severity
Condition in which a person acts as if he or she has a physical or mental illness when he or she is not really sick.
Inflammation of the myelin sheath of peripheral nerves, characterized by rapidly worsening muscle weakness that may lead to temporary paralysis.
Condition in which excess cerebrospinal fluid accumulates within the ventricles.
Condition characterized by fearing that one has a serious illness despite appropriate medical evaluation and reassurance.
Condition of abnormal and excessive sensitivity to touch, pain, or other sensory stimuli.