Genitourinary

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Genitourinary
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Surgical Specialties & Procedures-Genitourinary
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  1. Lack of control over urination is called:
    Incontinence
  2. Cryptorchidism is:
    Undescended testes
  3. A nonmalignant enlargement of the prostate is called:
    BPH
  4. The high ligation of the gonadal veins of the testes done to reduce venous plexus congestion is a/an:
    Varicocelectomy
  5. Excision of the tunica vaginalis of the testis is called:
    Hydrocelectomy
  6. The surgical placement & fixation of a testicle in the scrotum is a/an:
    Orchiopexy
  7. Filiforms are used for:
    Bypass urethral obstruction
  8. Denis-Browne ring retractors may be used for:
    Retropubic prostatectomy
  9. A Gomco clamp or Plastibell are used for:
    Circumcision
  10. Female urethral dilation may be accomplished with:
    McCarthy dilators
  11. Endoscopic suspension of the vesical neck of the bladder for treatment of stress incontinence is known as a:
    Stamey procedure
  12. Satinsky, Herrick, & Mayo clamps can be used on the:
    Kidney pedicle
  13. The anesthesia of choice for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy is:
    Epidural
  14. A procedure performed to overcome contraction of the bladder neck caused by primary or secondary stricture is a:
    Y-V-plasty
  15. A diagnostic procedure performed for patients with possible prostatic cancer is known as a:
    Needle biopsy
  16. What surgical instrument is used to visualize the prostate & remove prostate tissue during a TURP?
    Resectoscope
  17. A surgical procedure performed to correct the abnormality in which the urethral meatus is situated on the upper side of the penis is called:
    Epispadias repair
  18. Which of the following is a non electrolytic & isosmotic solution used during a TURP?
    Glycine
  19. Continuous irrigation & hemostasis of the bladder following a TURP is accomplished using a/an:
    24 Fr. 30-cc Foley balloon catheter
  20. An ileal conduit is performed after completing which of the following procedures?
    Total cystectomy
  21. Which of the following instruments would be used during a suprapubic prostatectomy?
    Masson-Judd retractor
  22. Why is it important for a patient who will be undergoing a cystoscopy to void prior to the beginning of the procedure?
    Rule out residual urine in the bladder
  23. Which of the following instruments is not a retractor used in a prostatectomy?
    Harrington
  24. What instrument is used by the surgeon to intermittently remove prostatic tissue fragments during a TURP?
    Ellik evacuator
  25. The following are all complications of suprapubic prostatectomy except:
    Phlebitis
  26. Which of the following instruments would be used to dilate the urethra?
    Van Buren
  27. The surgical reanastomosis of the vas deferens is called a:
    Vasovasostomy

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