1. Frequently after surgery involving general anesthetic, a patient may not void urine for a period of time, because the kidneys have stopped producing urine. This usually temporary condition is termed
    • polyuria
    • oliguria
    • anuria
    • nocturia
    • enuresis
  2. Presence of a kidney “stone” is termed
    • nephrosis
    • hydronephrosis
    • nephritis
    • nephrolithiasis
    • pyelonephrosis
  3. A specialist in diseases of the lower urinary tract, bladder and urethra, is called a
    • nephrologist
    • urologist
    • proctologist
    • blepharologist
    • serologist
  4. Nephrolithotomy is the term for
    • removing a kidney
    • removing a kidney stone
    • crushing kidney stones with sound waves
    • removing a tumor from a kidney
    • transplanting a replacement kidney
  5. The term for scanty or less than normal urine formation is
    • anuria
    • enuresis
    • oliguria
    • polyuria
    • nocturia
  6. A procedure that allows a physician to look into the bladder and examine its interior is termed a
    • retrograde pyelogram
    • cystoscopy
    • cystogram
    • voiding cystourethrogram
    • intravenous pyelogram
  7. Surgical fixation or return and attachment of a kidney dislodged during an auto accident would be termed
    • nephrotomy
    • nephrolithotomy
    • nephrolithotripsy
    • nephropexy
    • nephrectomy
  8. A lab report comes back to a physician documenting numerous erythrocytes in the urine specimen. The term for this is
    • oliguria
    • polyuria
    • anuria
    • hematuria
    • nocturia


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