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  • Essay Unit 5 P3 Btec Level 3 Health and Social Care

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    involved in the maintenance of blood pressure. Kidneys, ureters and bladder are associated with renal system. The main functions of the kidney in order of importance are: Blood pressure control salt and water balance erythropoietin (a hormone) production vitamin D metabolism The function of ureters is to enter the urinary bladder at an angle to help prevent any back flow (reflux) of urine back into the ureter. The ureter connects the kidney to the urinary bladder and urine is drained

  • A Study on the Urinary System and Preeclampsia

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    The Urinary System and Pre-eclampsia: The Urinary system comprises of tubes, organs, nerves, and muscles that work together to develop, store, and transport urine. The system is basically made up of two ureters, two kidneys, the urethra, two sphincter muscles, and the bladder. This system in the human body is primarily concerned with the filtering of extra fluid and substances from the bloodstream in the form of urine. While urine is used to extract extra blood corpuscles, vitamins, or mineral

  • Osteichtyes

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    the blood are sent to the ureter which is where urine is removed from the body. Solid wastes are processed through the digestive tract, and removed from the body out of the anus. In fishes, some excretion also takes place in the digestive tract, skin, and especially the gills (where ammonia is given off). Compared with land vertebrates, fishes have a special problem

  • Description And Description Of The Diagnosis

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    2. Description of the Diagnosis: Hyponatremia is the consequence of a pathological change in intake and output and reflects an exacerbation of the free water substance to solute degree and is connected to tonicity. Hyponatremia is oftentimes accompanied by other medical conditions such as dehydration or hypovolemia. Contemplations of hidden pathologies help the health awareness group in distinguishing the complete etiological picture, alongside the treatment arrangement (Treas & Wilkinson, p

  • Safety And Efficacy Of Using The Stone Cone And An. Entrapment And Extraction

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    Safety and efficacy of using the stone cone and an entrapment and extraction device in ureteroscopic lithotripsy for ureteric stones Waleed Shabana, Mohamed Teleb, Tamer Dawod * Zagazig University, Faculty of Medicine, Urology Department, Zagazig, Sharkia, Egypt Received 8 December 2014, Received in revised form 6 January 2015, Accepted 8 February 2015 Available online 9 March 2015 KEYWORDS Stone cone; Ureteroscopy; Lithotripsy; Retropulsion ABBREVIATIONS URS, ureteroscopy; MSL, maximum stone length

  • Transvaginal Ultrasound Essay

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    real time during the scan, and thus leading to the clear manifestation of the flow as well as the resistance of the fistula. Ureterovaginal Ureterovaginal fistulas can be detected by means of transvaginal ultrasound, as the distal third of the ureter, where fistulas usually occur, can be visualized distinctly. The peristalsis can be seen and possible strictures, caused by stitches or injury, can be identified. Either 2D or low-sensitivity Doppler can be used in order

  • The Development Of The Kidneys

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    The embryological development of the kidneys occurs in three successive phases: the pronephros, the mesonephros, and the metanephros. Because of the nature in this development, there are many forms of congenital abnormalities associated with the kidneys. Because of their close developmental association, there is also a complex relationship between the reproductive system and the urinary system. During the pronephros phase in foetal development, by day 22, the intermediate mesoderm (identified lateral

  • Differences Between Mammals And Mammals

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    QUESTION #3 Vertebrates divide into many different groups, in particular my interest leans towards mammals, there are many different mammals they all come in different shapes and sizes. Mammals are animals who feed their young with milk which is produced by their mammary glands and unlike other animal’s mammals have hair and inner ear bones. Mammals are a well-known vertebrate species which include rodents, carnivores, herbivores, sea animals, hoofed animals, humans and others. Mammals range in size

  • Causes And Treatment Of Kidney

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    sides of our body. Kidneys filter all the blood in the body which ends up making urine and removing wastes. The kidneys also release and retain water. The excretory system consists of the kidneys, ureters, urethra, and urinary bladder. Each kidney processes urine out into the bladder, through the ureter tubes. The kidneys maintain acid base and the balance of ions and electrolytes in the blood so the body maintains homeostasis. Blood enters through renal

  • Characteristics Of A Fungal Infection

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    Pyonephrosis Research Paper Victoria Huber University of Findlay DSMA 420 Pyonephrosis Research Paper Pyonephrosis is uncommon in adults and rare in children, and it is thought to be extremely rare in neonates. It has been reported in several neonates and adults, making it clear that the condition may develop in any age group. The true incidence of pyonephrosis with other renal infections has not been reported. However, the risk of pyonephrosis is increased in patients with upper urinary