- 1 Which portion of the kidney delivers urine to the ureter?
- 2 What is the expanded portion of the ureter?
- 3 Which part of the kidney is connected to ureter Class 10?
- 4 Which of the following should never be found in the urine?
- 5 What must relax in order for urination to occur?
- 6 Which ureter is longer and why?
- 7 What is the normal size of ureter?
- 8 What is the main function of ureter?
- 9 What is the correct path of urine in our body?
- 10 Where is my ureter?
- 11 Where is ureter pain?
- 12 What are the major things a urinalysis is looking for?
- 13 What is the most common solute in urine?
- 14 What are some examples of abnormal findings in a urinalysis?
Which portion of the kidney delivers urine to the ureter?
thick. * The coronal section of the kidney show two distinct regions and a cavity. * The cavity of the kidney collects and transports urine from the kidney to the ureter.
What is the expanded portion of the ureter?
What is the upper expanded part of the ureters called? The pelvis.
Which part of the kidney is connected to ureter Class 10?
The ureter is a tube that carries urine from the kidney to the urinary bladder. There are two ureters, one attached to each kidney. The upper half of the ureter is located in the abdomen and the lower half is located in the pelvic area.
Which of the following should never be found in the urine?
The following are not normally found in urine: Hemoglobin. Nitrites. Red blood cells.
What must relax in order for urination to occur?
The Two Urethral Sphincters Maintain Urinary Continence The internal sphincter is involuntary. It surrounds the opening of the bladder to the urethra and relaxes to allow urine to pass. The external sphincter is voluntary. It surrounds the urethra outside the bladder and must be relaxed for urination to occur.
Which ureter is longer and why?
They vary in length from 25 to 30 cm, depending upon the height of the person and the position of the kidneys. The left ureter is usually 1 cm longer than the right, size varying with the position of the kidney. Both ureters tend to be longer in males.
What is the normal size of ureter?
Ureters. The ureters are 6 to 8 mm (0.25–0.38 in) in diameter and travel about 70 cm (28 in) to their insertions in the dorsal bladder neck, or trigone, close to the urethra. The distal 3 to 5 cm of each ureter courses within the bladder wall.
What is the main function of ureter?
Two ureters. These narrow tubes carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. Muscles in the ureter walls continually tighten and relax forcing urine downward, away from the kidneys. If urine backs up, or is allowed to stand still, a kidney infection can develop.
What is the correct path of urine in our body?
Urine is formed in the kidneys through a filtration of blood. The urine is then passed through the ureters to the bladder, where it is stored. During urination, the urine is passed from the bladder through the urethra to the outside of the body.
Where is my ureter?
The ureter is a muscular tube that transfers urine from the kidney to the bladder. It is about 10 inches long, with the upper half in the belly and the lower half in the pelvic area.
Where is ureter pain?
The most common symptom of a kidney or ureter stone is pain. You might feel pain in your lower abdomen or your flank, which is the area of your back just under your ribs. The pain can be mild and dull, or it can be excruciating.
What are the major things a urinalysis is looking for?
A urinalysis is a test of your urine. A urinalysis is used to detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. A urinalysis involves checking the appearance, concentration and content of urine. Abnormal urinalysis results may point to a disease or illness.
What is the most common solute in urine?
Urea is the most abundant solute in the urine in humans (on a Western-type diet) and laboratory rodents. It is far more concentrated in the urine than in plasma and extracellular fluids.
What are some examples of abnormal findings in a urinalysis?
Things the dipstick test can check for include:
- Acidity, or pH. If the acid is abnormal, you could have kidney stones, a urinary tract infection (UTI), or another condition.
- Protein. This can be a sign your kidneys aren’t working right.
- White blood cells.
- Blood in your urine.