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The Language Of Medicine 11Th Edition by Davi-Ellen Chabner -Test Bank

Chapter 06: Additional Suffixes and Digestive System Terminology

Chabner: The Language of Medicine, 11th Edition

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. Spitting up blood from the respiratory tract and lungs:
a. Hyperemesis
b. Hematemesis
c. Hemorrhage
d. Hemoptysis
e. Hemolysis

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Suture:
a. -rrhapy
b. -rrhagia
c. -ectasis
d. -stasis
e. -rrhaphy

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. New opening between two parts of the jejunum:
a. Jejunojejunostomy
b. Duodenostomy
c. Duodenojejunostomy
d. Jejunostomy
e. Jejunocecal anastomosis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 192

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Dilation of a lymph vessel:
a. Cholecystolithiasis
b. Lymphangiography
c. Lymphocytosis
d. Lymphangiectasis
e. Choledocholithiasis

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Difficult digestion:
a. Deglutition
b. Dysphagia
c. Aphagia
d. Polyphagia
e. Dyspepsia

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Pyloric stenosis:
a. Gastric ulcer
b. Narrowing of the opening between the stomach and intestine
c. Hiatal hernia
d. Cardiospasm
e. Achalasia

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Test performed to identify the presence of melena:
a. Barium enema
b. Upper GI series
c. Stool culture
d. Stool guaiac test
e. Abdominal ultrasonography

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Of the following tests, the one MOST likely to detect an ulcer:
a. Cholecystography
b. Serum hepatitis B surface antigen measurement
c. Intravenous cholangiogram
d. Gastroscopy
e. Abdominal computed tomography (CT) scan

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 191

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Esophageal atresia:
a. New opening of the esophagus into the stomach
b. Esophagus is dilated
c. Failure of esophageal sphincter to relax
d. Lack of opening of esophagus to the stomach at birth
e. Presence of twisted veins around the esophagus

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 191

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Bursting forth of blood from the spleen:
a. Spleenorrhagia
b. Splenorrhagia
c. Splenomegaly
d. Spleenomegaly
e. Spleenectasis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Lipase is a/an:
a. Enzyme that digests starch
b. Enzyme that digests protein
c. Enzyme that digests fat
d. Breakdown product of fat digestion
e. Hormone secreted by the pancreas

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 158

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Palatoplasty:
a. Surgical repair of the roof of the mouth
b. Overgrowth of gum tissue
c. Surgical repair of the tongue
d. Cleft palate
e. Prolapse of the palate

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 192

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Which of the following is NOT a liver function test?
a. Serum bilirubin
b. ALP (alkaline phosphatase)
c. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)
d. Aspartate transaminase (AST) (SGOT)
e. Alanine transaminase (ALT) (SGPT)

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Test to demonstrate choledocholithiasis:
a. Transhepatic cholangiography
b. Barium enema
c. Gastric intubation
d. Upper GI series
e. Gastric endoscopy

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 194

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Opposite of -ectasis:
a. -stenosis
b. -ptysis
c. -spasm
d. -stasis
e. -lysis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       pp. 188-189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Flow, discharge:
a. -ptysis
b. -emesis
c. -rrhaphy
d. -rrhea
e. -phagia

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Procedure involving anastomosis:
a. Ileostomy
b. Duodenorrhaphy
c. Cholecystojejunostomy
d. Colostomy
e. Gingivectomy

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 197

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Common bile duct:
a. Cholecyst/o
b. Celi/o
c. Cholelith/o
d. Choledoch/o
e. Cheil/o

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 154

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the abdomen:
a. Cholestasis
b. Dyspepsia
c. Hemostasis
d. Ascites
e. Paracentesis

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 199

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Twisting of part of the intestine upon itself:
a. Proctosigmoidoscopy
b. Cecal volvulus
c. Pyloric stenosis
d. Biliary atresia
e. Rectal stenosis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 167

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Periodontal procedure:
a. Glossotomy
b. Glycolysis
c. Gingivectomy
d. Biliary lithotripsy
e. Cheilostomatoplasty

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 156

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Menstrual discharge:
a. Menorrhea
b. Hemorrhage
c. Dysmenorrhea
d. Menorrhagia
e. Hematemesis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Visual examination of the abdomen:
a. Laparoscopy
b. Colonoscopy
c. Liver scan
d. Colectomy
e. Enterorrhaphy

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 199

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Salivary stones:
a. Lithotripsy
b. Cholecystolithiasis
c. Sialolithiasis
d. Renal calculi
e. Nephroptosis

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 157

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

Select the term that is spelled correctly.

 

  1. Abnormal condition of the lip:
a. cheilosis
b. chielosis
c. cielosis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 154

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Pertaining to the cheek:
a. buckel
b. buckal
c. buccal

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 153

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Record (image) of bile vessels:
a. colangiogram
b. cholangiogram
c. choleangiogram

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 191

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Spitting up blood:
a. hemmoptsyis
b. hemotisis
c. hemoptysis

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Difficult swallowing:
a. dysfagia
b. disphagia
c. dysphagia

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Pertaining to the abdomen:
a. cieliac
b. celiac
c. sealiac

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 153

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Not open:
a. treesia
b. atresia
c. atrezia

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 190

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Enlargement of the liver:
a. hepatomeagaly
b. hepatomegaly
c. hepatomegely

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 192

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Destruction of blood:
a. hemolysis
b. hemmolysis
c. hemolisis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

Spelling

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. herniorrhapy
b. herniorrhaphy

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. hematemesis
b. hematemisis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 202 | p. 208

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. hemmorhage
b. hemorrhage

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 211

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. colestasis
b. cholestasis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 211

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. menorrheia
b. menorrhea

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. blepharophlasty
b. blepharoplasty

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 76 | p. 82

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. choleductal
b. choledochal

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 210

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. glossotomy
b. glosotomy

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. stenosis
b. stanosis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 212

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the digestive system.

 

MATCHING

 

Match the terms with their correct meanings.

a. aphthous stomatitis
b. bronchiectasis
c. buccal
d. cheilostomatoplasty
e. cholecystectomy
f. cholecystojejunostomy
g. choledochal
h. colectomy
i. congenital esophageal atresia
j. dysmenorrhea
k. dyspepsia
l. dysphagia
m. gingivectomy
n. glossopharyngeal
o. hematemesis
p. hemoptysis
q. herniorrhaphy
r. proptosis
s. pyloric stenosis
t. periodontal disease

 

 

  1. Difficult digestion

 

  1. Vomiting blood

 

  1. Forward protrusion of the eye

 

  1. Gingivitis

 

  1. Dilation of a tube leading into the lung

 

  1. Food tube is not connected to the stomach from birth

 

  1. Suture of an abdominal protrusion

 

  1. Surgical repair of the lip and mouth

 

  1. Removal of the large bowel

 

  1. Pertaining to the common bile duct

 

  1. Spitting up blood

 

  1. Pertaining to the cheek

 

  1. Procedure involving an anastomosis

 

  1. Difficult swallowing

 

  1. Removal of gum tissue

 

  1. Removal of the gallbladder

 

  1. Painful menstruation

 

  1. Narrowing of a ring of muscles

 

  1. Ulcers and inflammation of the mouth

 

  1. Pertaining to the tongue and throat

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      O             REF:       p. 202 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      R             REF:       p. 82 | p. 117

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      T              REF:       p. 162

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 190

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      Q             REF:       p. 202 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 154 | p. 156

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      P             REF:       p. 202 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      M            REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      S              REF:       p. 202 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      N             REF:       pp. 156-157

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Match the surgical procedures with their correct meanings.

a. blepharoplasty
b. cecostomy
c. cholecystectomy
d. gastroduodenal anastomosis
e. gingivectomy
f. herniorrhaphy
g. paracentesis
h. sphincterotomy

 

 

  1. Surgical repair of the eyelid

 

  1. Incision of a ring of muscles

 

  1. Removal of the gallbladder

 

  1. Suture of a weakened muscular wall

 

  1. New surgical connection between the stomach and the first part of the small intestine

 

  1. New opening of the first part of the colon to the outside of the body

 

  1. Removal of gum tissue

 

  1. Surgical puncture of the abdomen for withdrawal of fluid

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 76 | p. 82

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 154 | p. 156 | p. 197

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

Match the laboratory tests or clinical procedures with their correct descriptions.

a. abdominal ultrasonography
b. barium enema
c. CT of the abdomen
d. endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
e. liver biopsy
f. HIDA scan
g. nasogastric intubation
h. percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography
i. serum bilirubin
j. stool culture
k. stool guaiac (Hemoccult)
l. upper gastrointestinal series

 

 

  1. Tube is inserted through the nose into the stomach

 

  1. Measurement of bile pigment in the blood

 

  1. X-ray examination of the lower gastrointestinal tract

 

  1. Test to reveal hidden blood in feces

 

  1. Sound waves are used to image abdominal organs

 

  1. Feces are placed in a growth medium for bacterial analysis

 

  1. Percutaneous removal of liver tissue followed by microscopic analysis

 

  1. Contrast material is injected through an endoscope and x-rays are taken of the pancreas and bile ducts

 

  1. Radioactive imaging procedure that tracks the production and flow of bile from the liver and gallbladder to the intestine

 

  1. Transverse x-ray pictures of abdominal organs

 

  1. X-ray images of the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine after administration of barium by mouth

 

  1. Contrast material is injected through the liver and x-rays are taken of bile vessels

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 199

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 194

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 196

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 193

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 199

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 194

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 197

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 195

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 194

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 194

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

Match the terms with their correct suffixes.

a. new opening
b. suture
c. flow; discharge
d. narrowing
e. widening; dilation
f. discharge of blood
g. prolapse
h. swallowing, eating
i. involuntary contraction of muscles
j. incision
k. removal

 

 

  1. -rrhagia

 

  1. -rrhea

 

  1. -tomy

 

  1. -phagia

 

  1. -ptosis

 

  1. -spasm

 

  1. -rrhaphy

 

  1. -stenosis

 

  1. -stomy

 

  1. -ectasis

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 206 | p. 209

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 83

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 206 | p. 209

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Match the meanings with the suffixes.

a. bursting forth of blood
b. digestion
c. eating, swallowing
d. flow, discharge
e. involuntary contraction of muscles
f. opening
g. spitting
h. stopping, controlling
i. stretching, dilation, widening
j. surgical repair
k. suture
l. tightening, narrowing, stricture
m. vomiting

 

 

  1. -spasm

 

  1. -stenosis

 

  1. -emesis

 

  1. -phagia

 

  1. -ectasis, -ectasia

 

  1. -pepsia

 

  1. -rrhea

 

  1. -rrhaphy

 

  1. -rrhage, -rrhagia

 

  1. -plasty

 

  1. -ptysis

 

  1. -tresia

 

  1. -stasis

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      M            REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 190

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 189

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Match the medical terms with the meanings.

a. buccal
b. cecal volvulus
c. celiac disease
d. cheilosis
e. cholelithiasis
f. cholangitis
g. cholecystectomy
h. choledochal
i. colectomy
j. colonoscopy
k. dentalgia
l. duodenal

 

 

  1. Excision of the large intestine

 

  1. Abnormal condition of lips

 

  1. Pertaining to the first portion of the small intestine

 

  1. Pertaining to the common bile duct

 

  1. Inflammation of bile vessels

 

  1. Autoimmune condition in which villi in the small intestine are damaged

 

  1. Pertaining to the cheek

 

  1. Visual examination of the large intestine

 

  1. Abnormal condition of gallstones

 

  1. Excision of the gallbladder

 

  1. Tooth pain

 

  1. Twisting of the first portion of the large intestine

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 84 | p. 154

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 198

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 778 | p. 154

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

OTHER

 

Give meanings for the following suffixes.

 

  1. -pepsia: __________

 

ANS:

digestion

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -ptysis: __________

 

ANS:

spitting

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -emesis: __________

 

ANS:

vomiting

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -rrhagia: __________

 

ANS:

bursting forth of blood

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -phagia: __________

 

ANS:

eating

swallowing

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -plasty: __________

 

ANS:

surgical repair

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -rrhaphy: __________

 

ANS:

suture

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -ectasis: __________

 

ANS:

widening

dilatation

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -stenosis: __________

 

ANS:

narrowing

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -stasis: __________

 

ANS:

stop

control

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -rrhea: __________

 

ANS:

flow

discharge

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Build medical terms.

 

  1. Difficult swallowing: __________

 

ANS:

dysphagia

 

REF:       p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Pertaining to the cheek: __________

 

ANS:

buccal

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Enlargement of the liver: __________

 

ANS:

hepatomegaly

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Discharge of fat (in feces): __________

 

ANS:

steatorrhea

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Pertaining to under the tongue: __________

 

ANS:

sublingual

hypoglossal

 

REF:       p. 254 | p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Pertaining to the common bile duct: __________

 

ANS:

choledochal

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Complete the following terms from their definitions.

 

  1. Difficult digestion: dys__________

 

ANS:

pepsia

 

REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Difficulty swallowing: dys__________

 

ANS:

phagia

 

REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Vomiting blood: hemat__________

 

ANS:

emesis

 

REF:       p. 188

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Incision of the tongue: gloss__________

 

ANS:

otomy

 

REF:       p. 83 | p. 156

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. Pertaining to the cheek: __________al

 

ANS:

bucc

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Discharge of fat: __________orrhea

 

ANS:

steat

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Enlargement of the liver: hepato__________

 

ANS:

megaly

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Suture of the small intestine: entero__________

 

ANS:

rrhaphy

 

REF:       p. 154 | p. 189

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. No opening: a__________

 

ANS:

tresia

 

REF:       p. 190

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Inflammation of the mouth with small ulcers: a__________ stomatitis

 

ANS:

phthous

 

REF:       p. 204 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the digestive system in medical reports and records.

 

Give meanings for the following combining forms.

 

  1. amyl/o: __________

 

ANS:

starch

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. an/o: __________

 

ANS:

anus

 

REF:       p. 153    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. appendic/o: __________

 

ANS:

appendix

 

REF:       p. 153    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. bil/i: __________

 

ANS:

bile

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. celi/o: __________

 

ANS:

belly

abdomen

 

REF:       p. 153    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. cheil/o: __________

 

ANS:

lip

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. cholangi/o: __________

 

ANS:

bile vessel

 

REF:       p. 191 | p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. cib/o: __________

 

ANS:

meal

 

REF:       p. 174 | p. 179

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. col/o: __________

 

ANS:

colon

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. dent/i: __________

 

ANS:

tooth

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. duoden/o: __________

 

ANS:

duodenum

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. enter/o: __________

 

ANS:

intestine

usually small intestine

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. esophag/o: __________

 

ANS:

esophagus

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. eti/o: __________

 

ANS:

cause

 

REF:       p. 159    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. gloss/o: __________

 

ANS:

tongue

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. glyc/o: __________

 

ANS:

sugar

 

REF:       p. 192    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. hem/o: __________

 

ANS:

blood

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. herni/o: __________

 

ANS:

hernia

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. lapar/o: __________

 

ANS:

abdomen

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Cheek: __________

 

ANS:

bucc/o

 

REF:       p. 153    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Gallbladder: __________

 

ANS:

cholecyst/o

 

REF:       p. 154    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Common bile duct: __________

 

ANS:

cholangi/o

 

REF:       p. 191 | p. 203 | p. 208

OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Stomach: __________

 

ANS:

gastr/o

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Liver: __________

 

ANS:

hepat/o

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Ileum: __________

 

ANS:

ile/o

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Jejunum: __________

 

ANS:

jejun/o

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Stone: __________

 

ANS:

lith/o

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Throat: __________

 

ANS:

pharyng/o

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Pancreas: __________

 

ANS:

pancreat/o

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. labi/o: __________

 

ANS:

lip

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. lingu/o: __________

 

ANS:

tongue

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. lip/o: __________

 

ANS:

fat

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. mandibul/o: __________

 

ANS:

mandible

lower jaw bone

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. men/o: __________

 

ANS:

menses

menstruation

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. odont/o: __________

 

ANS:

tooth

 

REF:       p. 156    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. or/o: __________

 

ANS:

mouth

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. peritone/o: __________

 

ANS:

peritoneum

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. proct/o: __________

 

ANS:

anus

rectum

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. prote/o: __________

 

ANS:

protein

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. pylor/o: __________

 

ANS:

pylorus

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. rect/o: __________

 

ANS:

rectum

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. sialaden/o: __________

 

ANS:

salivary gland

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. sigmoid/o: __________

 

ANS:

sigmoid colon

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. splen/o: __________

 

ANS:

spleen

 

REF:       p. 192    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. steat/o: __________

 

ANS:

fat

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. tonsill/o: __________

 

ANS:

tonsils

 

REF:       p. 77      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. stomat/o: __________

 

ANS:

mouth

 

REF:       p. 157    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Give meanings for the following suffixes.

 

  1. -ase: __________

 

ANS:

enzyme

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -centesis: __________

 

ANS:

surgical puncture to remove fluid

 

REF:       p. 206 | p. 209

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the digestive system.

 

  1. -chezia: __________

 

ANS:

defecation

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -ectasia: __________

 

ANS:

dilation

stretching

widening

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -ectomy: __________

 

ANS:

removal

excision

resection

 

REF:       p. 79      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -spasm: __________

 

ANS:

involuntary contraction of muscles

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -emia: __________

 

ANS:

blood condition

 

REF:       p. 79      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -genesis: __________

 

ANS:

formation

 

REF:       p. 80      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -graphy: __________

 

ANS:

process of recording

 

REF:       p. 80      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -iasis: __________

 

ANS:

abnormal condition

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -megaly: __________

 

ANS:

enlargement

 

REF:       p. 81      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -orexia: __________

 

ANS:

appetite

 

REF:       p. 159    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -pepsia: __________

 

ANS:

digestion

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -phagia: __________

 

ANS:

eating

swallowing

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -plasty: __________

 

ANS:

surgical repair

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -prandial: __________

 

ANS:

meal

 

REF:       p. 158    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. -tresia: __________

 

ANS:

opening

 

REF:       p. 190    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Give suffixes for the following meanings.

 

  1. Bursting forth of blood: __________

 

ANS:

-rrhage

rrhage

-rrhagia

rrhagia

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Suture: __________

 

ANS:

-rrhaphy

rrhaphy

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Flow, discharge: __________

 

ANS:

-rrhea

rrhea

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Process of visual examination: __________

 

ANS:

-scopy

scopy

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Narrowing, tightening: __________

 

ANS:

-stenosis

stenosis

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. New opening: __________

 

ANS:

-stomy

stomy

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. To stop, control: __________

 

ANS:

-stasis

stasis

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Incision: __________

 

ANS:

-tomy

tomy

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Spitting: __________

 

ANS:

-ptysis

ptysis

 

REF:       p. 189    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

  1. Vomiting: __________

 

ANS:

-emesis

emesis

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Use word parts to build and define digestive system terms.

 

Chapter 07-1: Urinary System—Part 1

Chabner: The Language of Medicine, 11th Edition

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

  1. Portion of the urinary bladder:
a. Hilum
b. Pylorus
c. Fundus
d. Medulla
e. Trigone

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. 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

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. 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

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. An electrolyte:
a. Bilirubin
b. Creatinine
c. Albumin
d. Sodium
e. Glucose

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Nitrogenous waste:
a. Creatinine
b. Fatty acid
c. Lipid
d. Carbon dioxide
e. Sugar

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Combining form for renal pelvis:
a. nephr/o
b. cyst/o
c. ren/o
d. py/o
e. pyel/o

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 225

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Absence of (no) urine production:
a. Diuresis
b. Anuria
c. Voiding
d. Micturition
e. Nocturia

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Surrounding the urinary bladder:
a. Suprarenal
b. Infrarenal
c. Perivisceral
d. Perivesical
e. Perinephric

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 117 | p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Uremia:
a. Azotemia
b. Hematuria
c. Dysuria
d. Cystitis
e. Hemorrhage

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. X-ray image of the urinary tract:
a. Renal ultrasonography
b. Kidneys-ureters-bladder (KUB) film
c. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
d. Cystoscopy
e. Renal dialysis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 232

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Oliguria:
a. Nocturia
b. Polyuria
c. Scanty urination
d. Bacteriuria
e. Pus in the urine

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Diabetes insipidus is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:
a. Polydipsia
b. Glycosuria
c. Polyuria
d. Pituitary gland malfunction
e. Insufficient antidiuretic hormone (ADH)

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 231    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Hernia of the tube connecting the kidney and urinary bladder:
a. Herniorrhaphy
b. Urethrocele
c. Ureterocele
d. Urethroileostomy
e. Urethrostomy

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 78 | p. 225

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Use of an artificial kidney machine:
a. Renal biopsy
b. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD)
c. Lithotripsy
d. Hemodialysis
e. Renal transplantation

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 234

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Nephrolithotomy:
a. Hardening of a stone
b. Removal of the urinary bladder and kidney stones
c. Removal of the kidney and stones
d. Bladder calculi
e. Incision to remove a renal calculus

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 224

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Protein in the urine:
a. Ketonuria
b. Acetonuria
c. Hyperbilirubinemia
d. Bilirubinuria
e. Albuminuria

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Renal abscess may lead to:
a. Diabetes mellitus
b. Pyuria
c. Nephroptosis
d. Ascites
e. Diabetes insipidus

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Alkaline:
a. Acidic
b. pH
c. Basic
d. Acetone
e. Water

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 228

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. A group of symptoms marked by edema, proteinuria, and hypoalbuminemia:
a. Renal ischemia
b. Essential hypertension
c. Polycystic kidney
d. Nephrotic syndrome
e. Diabetes mellitus

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. High levels of ketones in the blood can lead to:
a. High pH of urine
b. Acidosis
c. Excessive elimination of fats
d. Diabetes insipidus
e. Low specific gravity

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Childhood renal carcinoma:
a. Hypernephroma
b. Polycystic kidney
c. Glomerulonephritis
d. Wilms tumor
e. Phenylketonuria

 

 

ANS:      D             REF:       p. 231    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Urine is held in the bladder:
a. Urinary incontinence
b. Pyuria
c. Polyuria
d. Nocturia
e. Urinary retention

 

 

ANS:      E              REF:       p. 227

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Test that measures the amount of urea in the blood:
a. Computed tomography (CT) scan
b. Retrograde pyelogram (RP)
c. BUN
d. Voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG)
e. Creatinine clearance test

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 232

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Nephrosclerosis:
a. Hardening of blood vessels in the kidney
b. Loss of protein in the urine
c. A test of kidney function
d. Prolapse of the kidney
e. Excess fluid in the kidney

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 246 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Lithotripsy:
a. Renal transplant
b. Use of shock waves to crush urinary tract stones
c. Radioscopic study
d. Panendoscopy
e. Foley catheterization

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 234

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

Select the term that is spelled correctly.

 

  1. Swelling; fluid in tissues:
a. ademia
b. edema
c. edemia

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 230

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Visual examination of the bladder:
a. sistoscopy
b. cystascopy
c. cystoscopy

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 233

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Hardening of vessels in the kidney:
a. nephroscherosis
b. nephrosclerosis
c. neferosclerosis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 246 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Protein in the urine:
a. albuminuria
b. albuminurea
c. albumenuria

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 249

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Stone:
a. calkulus
b. calculus
c. calculis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Excessive thirst:
a. polydipsia
b. polydypsia
c. polidipsia

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 251

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Collecting area in the kidney:
a. calics
b. kalyx
c. calyx

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 249

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Inability to hold urine in bladder:
a. incontenence
b. incontinence
c. incontinance

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 252

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Chemical that carries an electrical charge:
a. electrolite
b. electricolyte
c. electrolyte

 

 

ANS:      C             REF:       p. 250

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Hormone secreted by the kidney to increase red blood cells:
a. erithropoeitin
b. erythropoietin
c. erythropoeitin

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 250

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Spelling

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. nitrogenous
b. nitrogenius

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 251

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. urinalysis
b. urinanalysis

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 252

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. meatis
b. meatus

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 250

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. dysuria
b. dysurea

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 250

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. abcess
b. abscess

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. dyalysis
b. dialysis

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 251

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. medulla
b. medula

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 250

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. pyleogram
b. pyelogram

 

 

ANS:      B             REF:       p. 252

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. vesicorectal
b. visicorectal

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 252

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Select the term that is spelled correctly:
a. creatinine
b. cretatinine

 

 

ANS:      A             REF:       p. 249

OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

MATCHING

 

Match the terms with their correct meanings.

a. abscess
b. albuminuria
c. catheter
d. creatinine
e. cystoscopy
f. edema
g. electrolyte
h. erythropoietin
i. glomerulonephritis
j. hematuria
k. meatal stenosis
l. micturition
m. nephrolithiasis
n. nephrosclerosis
o. pyelography
p. renal ischemia
q. secondary hypertension
r. uremia
s. ureteroneocystostomy
t. urinary incontinence

 

 

  1. X-ray record (image) of the renal pelvis and urinary tract

 

  1. Holding back of blood supply to the kidney

 

  1. A tube for withdrawing and inserting fluid

 

  1. Act of urination

 

  1. Hormone secreted by the kidney to increase production of red blood cells

 

  1. Narrowing of the opening of the urinary tract to the outside of the body

 

  1. Sodium and potassium, for example

 

  1. High blood pressure due to kidney disease

 

  1. Swelling or fluid in tissue spaces

 

  1. Collection of pus

 

  1. Hardening of arterioles in the kidney

 

  1. Visual examination of the urinary bladder

 

  1. Protein in the urine

 

  1. High levels of nitrogenous waste in the blood

 

  1. Inability to hold urine in the bladder

 

  1. A nitrogenous waste excreted in the urine

 

  1. Renal calculi

 

  1. Inflammation of the small balls of capillaries in the kidney

 

  1. Blood in the urine

 

  1. An anastomosis

 

  1. ANS:      O             REF:       p. 233

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      P             REF:       p. 79 | p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 236

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      Q             REF:       p. 231    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 230

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      N             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 233

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      R             REF:       p. 227

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      T              REF:       p. 227

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      M            REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 229    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      S              REF:       p. 236

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

Match the terms that pertain to urinalysis with their correct meanings.

a. bilirubinuria
b. glycosuria
c. hematuria
d. ketonuria
e. pH
f. proteinuria
g. pyuria
h. sediment

 

 

  1. Sugar in the urine—a sign of diabetes mellitus

 

  1. Color of the urine is smoky red owing to presence of blood

 

  1. Urine is turbid (cloudy) owing to presence of white blood cells (WBCs) and pus

 

  1. Presence of abnormal particles in urine—cells, bacteria, casts

 

  1. Urine test that reflects the acidity or alkalinity of urine

 

  1. Dark pigment accumulates in urine as a result of liver disease

 

  1. High levels of acids and acetones accumulate in urine

 

  1. Accumulation of albumin in urine due to leaky glomeruli

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 243 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Match the terms with their correct meanings.

a. abscess
b. catheter
c. diabetes insipidus
d. edema
e. essential hypertension
f. renal cell carcinoma
g. secondary hypertension
h. stricture

 

 

  1. High blood pressure that is idiopathic

 

  1. Malignant tumor of the kidney

 

  1. High blood pressure caused by kidney disease

 

  1. A tube for withdrawing or giving fluid

 

  1. Collection of pus

 

  1. Swelling, fluid in tissues

 

  1. Inadequate secretion of ADH

 

  1. A narrowed area in a tube

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 231    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

Match the meanings with their correct terms.

a. painful urination
b. bedwetting
c. collection of pus
d. pertaining to the outer section of an organ
e. blood in the urine
f. excessive urination
g. pertaining to the inner section of an organ
h. excessive urea in the bloodstream
i. malignant tumor of the kidney
j. pertaining to surrounding the urinary bladder

 

 

  1. Hematuria

 

  1. Diuresis

 

  1. Abscess

 

  1. Uremia

 

  1. Perivesical

 

  1. Dysuria

 

  1. Cortical

 

  1. Medullary

 

  1. Renal cell carcinoma

 

  1. Enuresis

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 227

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 227

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 117 | p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 231

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Match the terms with their correct meanings.

a. arteriole
b. calyx
c. hilum
d. meatus
e. nephron
f. renal tubule
g. trigone
h. renal vein
i. ureter
j. urethra

 

 

  1. Tube carrying urine from each kidney to the urinary bladder

 

  1. Cuplike collecting region of the renal pelvis

 

  1. Opening or canal

 

  1. Microscopic tube in the kidney where urine is formed after filtration

 

  1. Small artery

 

  1. Functional unit of the kidney; about one million in each kidney

 

  1. Tube leading from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body

 

  1. Triangular area in the urinary bladder

 

  1. Blood vessel that carries blood away from the kidney

 

  1. Depression or hollow in that part of an organ (such as the kidney) where blood vessels and nerves enter and leave

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Match the terms with their correct meanings.

a. catheter
b. cortex
c. creatinine
d. electrolyte
e. erythropoietin
f. glomerulus
g. medulla
h. renal pelvis
i. urinary bladder
j. voiding

 

 

  1. Central collecting region in the kidney

 

  1. Chemical element carrying an electrical charge when dissolved in water; sodium and potassium are examples

 

  1. Tube for injecting or removing fluids

 

  1. Hormone secreted by the kidney to stimulate production of red blood cells by bone marrow

 

  1. Inner region of an organ

 

  1. Outer region of an organ

 

  1. Tiny ball of capillaries in outer area of kidney

 

  1. Urination; micturition

 

  1. Nitrogenous waste product of muscle metabolism excreted in urine

 

  1. Hollow, muscular sac that holds and stores urine

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Match each vocabulary term listed with its meaning.

a. arteriole
b. calyx
c. catheter
d. cortex
e. creatinine
f. electrolyte
g. erythropoietin
h. filtration
i. glomerular (Bowman) capsule
j. glomerulus
k. hilum
l. kidney

 

 

  1. Cup-like collecting region of the renal pelvis

 

  1. Nitrogenous waste excreted in urine

 

  1. Depression in an organ where blood vessels and nerves enter and leave

 

  1. Small artery

 

  1. Process whereby some substances, but not all, pass through a filter

 

  1. Outer region of an organ

 

  1. Chemical element that carries an electrical charge

 

  1. Tiny ball of capillaries in the kidney

 

  1. Hormone secreted by the kidney to stimulate the production of red blood cells by bone marrow

 

  1. One of two bean-shaped organs on either side of the backbone in the lumbar region

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Match each vocabulary term listed with its meaning.

a. K+
b. meatus
c. nephron
d. nitrogenous waste
e. reabsorption
f. renal artery
g. renal pelvis
h. renal tubules
i. renal vein
j. trigone

 

 

  1. Substance containing nitrogen and excreted in urine

 

  1. Blood vessel that carries blood to the kidney

 

  1. Triangular area in the urinary bladder

 

  1. Potassium, an electrolyte regulated by the kidney—essential for muscle and nerve function

 

  1. Combination of glomerulus and renal tubule where urine is formed

 

  1. Opening or canal

 

  1. Process whereby renal tubules return materials necessary to the body back into the blood vessel

 

  1. Blood vessels that carries blood away from the kidney

 

  1. Microscopic tubes in the kidney where urine is formed after filtration

 

  1. Central collecting region in the kidney

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Match each vocabulary term listed with its meaning.

a. medulla
b. Na+
c. renin
d. urea and uric acid
e. ureters
f. urethra
g. urinary bladder
h. urination (voiding)

 

 

  1. Hormone secreted by the kidney

 

  1. Inner region of an organ

 

  1. Nitrogenous wastes excreted in urine

 

  1. Hollow, muscular sac that holds and stores urine

 

  1. Process of expelling urine

 

  1. Tube leading from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body

 

  1. Tubes leading from the kidneys to the urinary bladder

 

  1. Sodium, an electrolyte regulated in the blood and urine by the kidneys

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Learn the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system.

 

Match the following terms with the meanings.

a. caliceal
b. caliectasis
c. cystectomy
d. cystitis
e. cystostomy
f. glomerular capsule
g. meatal stenosis
h. nephropathy
i. nephroptosis
j. paranephric

 

 

  1. New opening of the urinary bladder to the outside of the body

 

  1. Prolapse (dropping) of a kidney

 

  1. Pertaining to a calyx

 

  1. Narrowing of the opening of the urethra to the outside of the body

 

  1. Widening, dilation of a calyx

 

  1. Enclosing and collecting structure surrounding each glomerulus

 

  1. Disease of a kidney

 

  1. Removal of the urinary bladder

 

  1. Pertaining to near the kidney

 

  1. Inflammation of the urinary bladder

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 223

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 224

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 188 | p. 223

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 81 | p. 224

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 245 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 117 | p. 224

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 223

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Match the following terms with their meanings.

a. albuminuria
b. azotemia
c. bacteriuria
d. ketonuria
e. ketosis (ketoacidosis)
f. nephrolithiasis
g. nocturia
h. polydipsia
i. renal colic
j. renal ischemia
k. urethral stricture
l. vesicoureteral reflux

 

 

  1. Condition of excess nitrogen in the blood

 

  1. Spasms of pain from stones in the kidney

 

  1. Condition of ketones in the blood and tissues

 

  1. Frequent, excessive urination at night

 

  1. Condition of much thirst

 

  1. Returning (backing up) of fluid from the urinary bladder to the ureters

 

  1. Protein present in the urine

 

  1. Holding back blood from the kidney

 

  1. Microorganisms in the urine

 

  1. Ketones in the urine

 

  1. Abnormal narrowing of the urethra

 

  1. Abnormal condition of kidney stones

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      I               REF:       p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      G             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      H             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      L              REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      J              REF:       p. 79 | p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 226

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      K             REF:       p. 225

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 230

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Match the following abnormal conditions with their descriptions.

a. glomerulonephritis
b. interstitial nephritis
c. nephrolithiasis
d. nephrotic syndrome
e. polycystic kidney disease
f. pyelonephritis

 

 

  1. Inflammation of the lining of the renal pelvis and renal parenchyma

 

  1. Kidney stones (renal calculi)

 

  1. Inflammation of the connective tissue that lies between the renal tubules

 

  1. Multiple fluid-filled sacs within and on the kidney

 

  1. Inflammation of the glomeruli within the kidney

 

  1. Group of clinical signs and symptoms caused by excessive protein loss in urine

 

  1. ANS:      F              REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      C             REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      B             REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      E              REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      A             REF:       p. 229    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. ANS:      D             REF:       p. 230    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

OTHER

 

Complete the following terms from their definitions.

 

  1. Dilation of a calyx: cali__________

 

ANS:

ectasis

 

REF:       p. 188 | p. 223                                    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Scanty urination: __________uria

 

ANS:

olig

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247                                    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Disease of the kidney: nephro__________

 

ANS:

pathy

 

REF:       p. 81 | p. 224                                      OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Bacteria in the urine: bacteri__________

 

ANS:

uria

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Excessive thirst: poly__________

 

ANS:

dipsia

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Incision to remove a stone from the renal pelvis: __________lithotomy

 

ANS:

pyelo

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247                                    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Protein in the urine: __________uria

 

ANS:

albumin

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Visual examination of the urinary bladder: __________scopy

 

ANS:

cysto

 

REF:       p. 233    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Crushing of a stone: litho__________

 

ANS:

tripsy

 

REF:       p. 234    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

  1. Sugar in the urine: __________uria

 

ANS:

glycos

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247                                    OBJ:       Recall pathology of the urinary system.

 

Give meanings for the following combining forms.

 

  1. cyst/o: __________

 

ANS:

urinary bladder

 

REF:       p. 223    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. pyel/o: __________

 

ANS:

renal pelvis

 

REF:       p. 225    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. vesic/o: __________

 

ANS:

urinary bladder

 

REF:       p. 225    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. lith/o: __________

 

ANS:

stone

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. ren/o: __________

 

ANS:

kidney

 

REF:       p. 225    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. albumin/o: __________

 

ANS:

protein

albumin

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. hydr/o: __________

 

ANS:

water

 

REF:       p. 224    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. py/o: __________

 

ANS:

pus

 

REF:       p. 227    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. azot/o: __________

 

ANS:

nitrogen

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. olig/o: __________

 

ANS:

scanty

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

Give meanings for the following suffixes.

 

  1. -ptosis: __________

 

ANS:

prolapse

 

REF:       p. 82      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -tripsy: __________

 

ANS:

crushing

 

REF:       p. 227    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -stenosis: __________

 

ANS:

narrowing

 

REF:       p. 289    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -lysis: __________

 

ANS:

destruction

separation

 

REF:       p. 111    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -ectasis: __________

 

ANS:

widening

stretching

dilation

 

REF:       p. 188    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -megaly: __________

 

ANS:

enlargement

 

REF:       p. 81      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -poietin: __________

 

ANS:

formation

 

REF:       p. 221    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -uria: __________

 

ANS:

urine condition

 

REF:       p. 227    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -sclerosis: __________

 

ANS:

hardening

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. -ole: __________

 

ANS:

small

little

 

REF:       p. 84      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

Give the meanings for the following prefixes.

 

  1. anti-: __________

 

ANS:

against

 

REF:       p. 113    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. peri-: __________

 

ANS:

surrounding

 

REF:       p. 117    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. retro-: __________

 

ANS:

back

behind

 

REF:       p. 118    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. poly-: __________

 

ANS:

much

many

 

REF:       p. 117    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. dys-: __________

 

ANS:

bad

painful

difficult

abnormal

 

REF:       p. 114    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. dia-: __________

 

ANS:

complete

through

 

REF:       p. 114    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. en-: __________

 

ANS:

in

within

 

REF:       p. 115    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. a-, an-: __________

 

ANS:

no

not

without

 

REF:       p. 111    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

Give suffixes or combining forms for the following.

 

  1. New opening: __________

 

ANS:

-stomy

stomy

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Incision: __________

 

ANS:

-tomy

tomy

 

REF:       p. 83      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Disease condition: __________

 

ANS:

-pathy

pathy

 

REF:       p. 82      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Removal: __________

 

ANS:

-ectomy

ectomy

 

REF:       p. 79      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Record: __________

 

ANS:

-gram

gram

 

REF:       p. 80      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Surgical repair: __________

 

ANS:

-plasty

plasty

 

REF:       p. 82      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Blood condition: __________

 

ANS:

-emia

emia

 

REF:       p. 79      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Thirst: __________

 

ANS:

dips/o

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Night: __________

 

ANS:

noct/o

 

REF:       p. 226    OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

  1. Blood vessel: __________

 

ANS:

angi/o

 

REF:       p. 76      OBJ:       Define and review word parts.

 

Chapter 07-2: Urinary System—Part 2

Chabner: The Language of Medicine, 11th Edition

 

OTHER

 

Give the accented syllable in the following terms (for example: anemia = ne, diagnosis = no, endocrine = en).

 

  1. Cystourethrogram: __________

 

ANS:

re

 

REF:       p. 252    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Edema: __________

 

ANS:

de

 

REF:       p. 250    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Hilum: __________

 

ANS:

hi

 

REF:       p. 250    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Nephrolithotomy: __________

 

ANS:

thot

 

REF:       p. 250    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Trigone: __________

 

ANS:

tri

 

REF:       p. 252    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Urethroplasty: __________

 

ANS:

re

 

REF:       p. 252    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Glycosuria: __________

 

ANS:

u

 

REF:       p. 250    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Creatinine: __________

 

ANS:

at

 

REF:       p. 249    OBJ:       Spell and pronounce terms related to the urinary system.

 

Select the term that is spelled correctly and give its meaning.

 

  1. A. nitrogenous
  2. nitrogenius

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, pertaining to nitrogen

 

REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. urinalysis
  2. urinanalysis

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, examination of urine

 

REF:       p. 228

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. A. meatis
  2. meatus

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

B, opening or canal

 

REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. dysuria
  2. dysurea

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, painful urination

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. abcess
  2. abscess

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

B, collection of pus

 

REF:       p. 244 | p. 248

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. dyalysis
  2. dialysis

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

B, separation of wastes from blood

 

REF:       p. 234

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. A. medulla
  2. medula

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, inner section of an organ

 

REF:       p. 222

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. pyleogram
  2. pyelogram

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

B, x-ray record of the renal pelvis

 

REF:       p. 233

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. A. vesicorectal
  2. visicorectal

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, pertaining to the bladder and rectum

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. A. creatinine
  2. cretatinine

A or B: _____ meaning: __________

 

ANS:

A, nitrogen-containing waste

 

REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

Give the meanings of the following medical terms.

 

  1. Caliceal: __________

 

ANS:

pertaining to a calyx

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Urinary meatal stenosis: __________

 

ANS:

narrowing of the opening of the urethra to the outside of the body

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Creatinine: __________

 

ANS:

nitrogenous waste

 

REF:       p. 221

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Medullary: __________

 

ANS:

pertaining to the inner section of an organ

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Cystocele: __________

 

ANS:

hernia of the urinary bladder

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Vesicoureteral reflux: __________

 

ANS:

backflow of urine from the urinary bladder to the ureter

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Give the meanings of the following terms relating to urinary symptoms.

 

  1. Azotemia: __________

 

ANS:

nitrogenous wastes in the blood

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Polydipsia: __________

 

ANS:

excessive thirst

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Nocturia: __________

 

ANS:

frequent urination at night

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Oliguria: __________

 

ANS:

scanty urination

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Dysuria: __________

 

ANS:

painful urination

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Urinary retention: __________

 

ANS:

urine is held in the bladder

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Polyuria: __________

 

ANS:

excessive urination

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Anuria: __________

 

ANS:

no urination

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Bacteriuria: __________

 

ANS:

bacteria in the urine

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

  1. Enuresis: __________

 

ANS:

bedwetting

 

REF:       p. 242 | p. 247

OBJ:       Use medical terms related to the urinary system in medical reports and records.

 

Identify the following tests, procedures, or abbreviations.

 

  1. C&S: __________

 

ANS:

culture and sensitivity (testing)

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. BUN: __________

 

ANS:

blood urea nitrogen

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. cysto: __________

 

ANS:

cystoscopy

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Na: __________

 

ANS:

sodium

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. UTI: __________

 

ANS:

urinary tract infection

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. MRI: __________

 

ANS:

magnetic resonance imaging

 

REF:       p. 233

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Hemodialysis: __________

 

ANS:

separation of wastes from the blood by removing the blood and filtering it through a machine

 

REF:       p. 234

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. CAPD: __________

 

ANS:

continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis

 

REF:       p. 237

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Renal biopsy: __________

 

ANS:

removal of tissue from the kidney and microscopic examination

 

REF:       p. 235

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.

 

  1. Renal angiography: __________

 

ANS:

x-ray record of the blood vessels in the kidney

 

REF:       p. 232

OBJ:       Recall lab tests, procedures, and abbreviations related to the urinary system.