SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 3
Urethral opening. (para 3-2a)
Sex of the individual (females are at greater risk for UTIs).
Neurogenic bladder. (para 3-2b(1) - (4))
Disturbance of the bladder function caused by impairment of the nerve supply.
a. Diabetes insipidus.
b. Bile pigment, which is associated with jaundice.
c. Poisoning or hemorrhage. (para 3-4a(6))
Glomerular membrane and injure this membrane.
You are correct if you listed any three of the following:
Oliguria. (para 3-6b(1) - (5))
Kidney pelvis and the tissue of the kidney itself.
Sexually active women.
Individuals with other renal diseases.
(para 3-7a(2)(a) - (d))
2,000 ml per day.
Distention of the renal pelvis and calyces
An accumulation of urine caused by an obstruction to the normal urine flow.
Surgical removal of the obstruction.