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Your location: Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt 1420 Final May 8, 2012 8:45 AM May 8, 2012 8:57 AM 00:12:04 43/50 = 86% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 50 Urinary tract infections are often caused by ____________ bacteria in the urinary tract. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Symbiotic B. Fecal C. Abdominal D. Intestinal Score: 1/1 100% Feedback

2. One of the most important risk factors for kidney disease is ________. Student Response A. Hypertension B. ACE inhibitors C. Hypotension D. Vasodilation Score: 3. Kidney stones can be caused by any of the following except ________. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Kidney infection B. Calcium Feedback 0/1 0% Value Correct Answer Feedback

Which of the following is not a function of the urinary system? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Oxygen C. Hormones B. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Potassium 100% Score: 1/1 4. Kidney transplant Score: 5. Peritoneal dialysis B. Removing waste products from the blood B. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Maintaining the proper Feedback 1/1 100% Feedback 1/1 Feedback .C. The only cure for end-stage renal disease is ________. Water Score: 6. Blood transfusion 100% D. Lithotripsy C. Ischemia of the kidneys (as well as any other organ) is tissue injury from too little ________ to the tissues. Uric acid D. Glucose D.

The outermost layer of the kidney is called the ________. Renal pelvis B. Renal cortex D. Student Value Correct Response Answer A.electrolyte balance in the blood C. Renal cortex D. Renal pelvis B. Calyx Score: 9. 1/1 100% Feedback 1/1 100% Feedback 0/1 . Renal medulla C. Maintaining 0% the proper pH level of the blood D. Renal medulla C. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. All of the above are functions of the urinary system Score: 7. The innermost layer of the kidney is called the ________. Calyx Score: 8.

Secretion D. Called antidiuretic hormone B. Reabsorption 100% C. That dilates blood vessels C. Renal pelvis Score: 1/1 10. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. The process by which most of the material in the nephron moves back into the blood is called ________. That increases the absorption of chloride from the filtrate Score: 0/1 11. The juxtaglomerular apparatus of the kidneys release a hormone ________. Micturition Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer Feedback Value Correct Answer 0% Feedback Feedback . That causes vasoconstriction D.Even though this structure is part of the circulatory system. Filtration B. Glomerulus 100% B. Student Response A. Student Response A. Proximal convoluted tubule C. it is included in the discussion of the urinary system ________.

This hormone would tend to decrease the amount of urine produced. Student Response A. Antidiuretic hormone B. Aldosterone C. Antidiuretic hormone B. Atrial natriuretic hormone D. Bladder Score: 1/1 100% Feedback 100% Value Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 Value Correct Answer Feedback . Both a and 100% b Score: 13. Ureter D. Collecting tube C. Urethra B.12. Atrial natriuretic hormone D. This hormone would tend to increase the amount of urine produced ________. The tube that carries urine out of the kidney is called the ________. Both a and b Score: 1/1 14. Aldosterone C. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Student Response A.

UTI. Kidney stones B. hematuria. Diabetic nephropathy Score: 1/1 18. chills. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Both a & b 100% Score: 1/1 17. and urinary urgency are symptoms of ________. Polycystic kidney disease C. The tube that carries the urine out of the body is called the ________. Urethra B. fever. Value Correct Answer 100% Feedback Feedback 100% Feedback . hypertension. nausea.15. Ureter Score: 1/1 16. Voiding C. Collecting tube C. pain. Severe pain. Student Response A. The process by which urine is passed out of the body is called ________. Enlarged cystic kidneys. liver cysts. Trigone D. Mastication D. dilute urine. Ischemic nephropathy D. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Urination B.

Ischemic nephropathy D. dilute urine is a symptom of ________. Renal failure C.hematuria. This condition is caused by chronic hyperglycemia ________: Student Response A. and aneurysm are symptoms of ________. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Diabetic nephropathy Score: 20. Uremia B. Kidney stones B. Student Response A. Polycystic kidney disease 0% C. Diabetes insipidus D. Copious. Polycystic kidney disease C. Ischemic nephropathy Score: 1/1 19. Kidney stones B. Urinary tract infection Score: 1/1 100% Feedback 0/1 Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% Value Correct Answer Feedback .

urinary frequency. Urinary tract infection Score: 1/1 22. One way of treating high blood pressure is to decrease blood volume by decreasing body water. Renal failure C. High blood pressure is a common disease that can affect the kidneys. This can be accomplished by using what kind of drug? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Blood thinners B. Frequent urination without pain or infection is a symptom of ________. ACE stimulators Feedback 0% Feedback 100% Feedback . Uremia B. Hemolytic uremic syndrome C. cloudy urine are symptoms of ________. Urinary tract infection D. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. and foul smelling. Uremia Score: 0/1 23. nighttime urination. An overactive bladder B.21. Diabetes insipidus D. Painful urination.

Bladder D. 100% Feedback 100% Feedback 100% Feedback . Urine leaves the bladder through the ________. 100% Urine leaves the kidneys through the ________. None of the above Score: 1/1 25. XY C. Which pair of chromosomes would result in the birth of a male? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Dopamine Score: 1/1 24. XX B. Kidneys D. Ureters C. Urethra B.(repeat) Student Value Correct Response Answer A. None of the above Score: 1/1 26.C. YY D.(repeat) Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Diuretics D. Urethra B. Ureters C. XZ Score: 1/1 27.

The glands that are responsible for the production of milk are called the ________. Student Response A. Zygote B. Exometrium Score: 30. Skenes glands Feedback 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Feedback 1/1 100% Feedback 1/1 100% Feedback .In the human life cycle. Which of the following is an example of primary genitalia in a female? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. the fertilized egg is called a(n) ________. Perimetrium B. The outermost layer of the uterus is called the ________. Endometrium D. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Fetus Score: 28. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Ovaries D. Gonad C. Oviducts B. Testes Score: 29. Myometrium C. Vagina C. Embryo D.

Testes Score: 1/1 32. Ureter C. Menstruation is the term given to the actual shedding of the ________. The release of a mature egg from the ovary is called ________. Lacteal glands D. Perimetrium B. Epididymis B. Fertilization C. Exometrium Score: 1/1 33. 100% What are the primary genitalia in a male? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Student Response A. Menses D. Menopause 100% Feedback Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% Feedback .B. Mammary glands C. Myometriun C. Endometrium 100% D. Ovulation B. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Seminal vesicles D. Myometrial glands Score: 1/1 31.

Females have all the eggs they will ever have by the age of ________. 13 years Score: 1/1 37. Erection B. 21 pairs B. 46 pairs C. Ejaculation 100% D.Score: 34. 5 months in utero B. 16 pairs Score: 1/1 35. Arousal C. The movement of semen out of the penis is known as ________. Semen ejection Score: 36. 1/1 How many chromosomes will you find in a successfully fertilized egg? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Puberty D. Which of the following is the hormone most responsible for stimulating immature ovarian follicles to start growing? 100% Feedback 1/1 Feedback 100% Feedback . Student Value Correct Response Answer A. 23 pairs D. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. 8 months C.

Endometriosis Score: 40. Progesterone C. Estrogen B. Failure of the testes to descend into the scrotal sac is called ________. Luteinizing hormone Score: 1/1 38. Student Response A. Luteinizing hormone Score: 39. Progesterone 0% C. Folliclestimulating hormone D. 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer Feedback 0/1 Value Correct Answer Feedback .Student Response A. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding D. Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% Which of the following is the hormone most responsible for ovulation? Student Response A. Folliclestimulating hormone D. Estrogen B. Dysmenorrhea B. The absence of normal menstruation is called ________. Amenorrhea C.

Hydrocele Value Correct Answer Feedback B. Student Response A. PAP B.Student Response A. SAP C. Hydrocele B. Prostatitis D. None of the above Score: 42. None of the above Score: 41. ASP Score: 43. This type of cancer is the most common non-skin form of cancer that affects American men ________. Cryptorchidism C. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Cryptorchidism 100% C. Testicular cancer Feedback 1/1 100% Feedback 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Feedback 1/1 . Student Value Correct Response Answer A. This blood test is for prostate cancer ________. An abnormal collection of fluid within the testes is called ________. Prostatitis D. PSA D.

Premature 100% D. Full-term B.B. This disorder increases with age and is relatively common. Prostatitis D. Breast self. Prostate cancer Score: 1/1 44. Late C. Erectile dysfunction B. One of the most important procedures to detect breast cancer at an early. more treatable stage is regular ________. Student Response A. None of the above Score: 46. Pap tests B. Breast cancer C. A baby born before 37 weeks gestation is considered ________. Melanoma D. with 50% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 having some degree of this disorder ________. Student Value Correct Response Answer A. Melanoma Score: 1/1 45.100% examinations Value Correct Answer Feedback 1/1 Feedback Value Correct Answer 100% Feedback 100% . Incontinence C. Student Response A.

Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 100% 1/1 Feedback 0% Value Correct Answer Feedback . Noticeable lump C. Changes in breast tissue D. Fatigue C. Signs and symptoms of PMS include all of the following except ________. All of the above Score: 49. Feeling of euphoria Score: 0/1 48. Testicular selfexaminations D. Constipation B. Student Response A. Signs and symptoms of breast cancer include which of the following? Student Value Correct Response Answer A. None of the above Score: 1/1 47.C. Bloody. Signs and symptoms of postpartum depression include ________. brown or serous nipple discharge B. Mental confusion D.

Fatigue B. All of the above Score: 50. Amniocentesis B.A. A procedure in which the amniotic sac is punctured and fluid is withdrawn is called a(n) ________. Abdominocentesis C. Thoracentesis D. Student Response A. Anxiety C. Feeling of worthlessness D. None of the above Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Feedback 1/1 100% .