Urinary System Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Ureterocele
Cystlike dilation of the ureter near its opening into the bladder
Cobra head appearence
Congenital defect
Pathology can cause/lead to relflux
Treated with surgical resection

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The client has a distended or full bladder-when larger amounts of urine are present, the bladder becomes distended and rises above the symphysis pubis. the spermatic cord ascends along the posterior border of the testis and through the inguinal canal and down behind the bladder. an enlarged...Read More

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The symptoms are consistent with a urinary tract infection. after having a baby, the bladder may not empty completely, increasing susceptibility to urinary tract infections (utis).-in the postpartum period, edema and hyperemia of the bladder mucosa cause decreased sensation and contribute to...Read More

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Early identification of people at risk-2. control of diabetes and hypertension-3. education related to diet and exercise-urine screening-urine screening does not reduce the rate of new cases of renal disease. early identification of people at risk-reducing the rate of new cases of end-stage...Read More

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