Qtr 4 Structure exam 3

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Qtr 4 Structure exam 3
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  1. What is the most common type of kidney stone?
    calcium
  2. What type of kidney stone may form after an infection in the urinary system?
    Struvite (magnesium and ammonia)
  3. What is the rarest type of kidney stone?
    cystine (building blocks of proteins)
  4. What part of the kidney is retroperitoneal?
    All
  5. What are the three vessels of the kidney and what is their orientation within the hilum of the spleen?
    • Anterior: Renal vein
    • Middle: Renal artery
    • Posterior: ureter
  6. What is the fascia that covers both the kidney and suprarenal gland?
    renal fascia
  7. What is the deepest covering of the kidney?
    true renal capsule
  8. What lies between the true renal capsule and the renal fascia?
    perirenal fat
  9. What are the four muscles that make up the posterior boarder of the kidney?
    • Diaphram
    • Quadratus lumborum
    • Psoas major
    • Transversus abdominis
  10. What three nerves lie posterior to the kidney?
    • Subcostal (T12)
    • Iliohypogastric (T12-L1)
    • Ilioinguinal (L1)
  11. What two vessels and bone have a posterior relation to the kidney?
    • Subcostal vein and artery
    • 12 rib
    • left rib may go as high as 11 rib
  12. At what spinal level does the renal artery come off the abdominal aorta?
    L1
  13. What are the five branches of the renal artery?
    • upper pole
    • lower pole
    • posterior part
    • upper anterior
    • lower anterior
  14. What is different about the left renal vein?
    longer and receives adrenal and left gonadal veins before passing anterior to AA and emptying into inferior vena cava
  15. Right or left adrenal gland: tetrahedral, small, drains into IVC, lies posterior to IVC, superior part of kidney
    Right
  16. Left or right adrenal gland: crescentic, big, drains into left renal vein, lies behind stomach, medial part of kidney
    LEFT
  17. what is the length of the ureter and type of tissue lines it?
    • 25cm
    • transitional epithelium
  18. What part of the peritoneum does the ureter descend in?
    retroperitoneum
  19. what muscle does the ureter lay on?
    psoas major
  20. What two different structures does the ureter pass under in male vs female
    • male: ductus deferens
    • female: uterine artery
  21. where in relation to the spine does the ureter descend?
    near TP's of lumbar vertebrae
  22. At what bony landmark does the ureter cross the pelvic brim?
    sacroiliac joint
  23. What are the three areas of risk for a stone in the ureter to be lodged?
    • pelvi-ureteric junction
    • Crossing the pelvic brim
    • Intramural part where it enters the bladder
  24. how do you find the superior and medial edge of the kidney?
    • medial border is 5 cm from midline
    • Superior border: T12 (R) T11 (L)
  25. from superficial to deep, what are the layers of tissue that must be punctured for a renal biopsy?
    • skin
    • subcutaneous tissue
    • quadratus lumborum 
    • pararenal fat 
    • renal fascia
    • Perirenal fat 
    • renal capsule
  26. what is the normal capacity for the urinary bladder?
    300 cc
  27. what is the most inferior portion of the bladder?
    neck
  28. what is the smooth muscle of the urinary bladder collectively called?
    Detrusor muscle
  29. What type of tissue lines the inner wall of the urinary bladder?
    transitional epithelium
  30. what three openings make up the apexes of the urinary trigone?
    • superior: two ureteric orifices
    • inferior: Internal urethral opening
  31. what is the blood supply of the bladder including parent and grandparent arteries?
    Superior vesical artery <-- umbilical artery <-- ant div. internal iliac

    Inferior vescial artery <-- ant. div. internal iliac a. <-- common iliac artery
  32. what covers the superior surface of the urinary bladder?
    peritoneum
  33. what muscles lay against the inferolateral aspect of the urinary bladder?
    • obturator internus 
    • levator ani
  34. what is the space between the bladder and pubic bone?
    retropubic (contains adipose tissue and veins)
  35. where do the ducti deferentia and seminal vesciles lay in relation to the urinary bladder?
    posterior
  36. Where does the uterus lay in relation to the urinary bladder?
    Posterior
  37. what is the parasympathetic innervation of the bladder and function?
    • S2, 3, 4
    • Contraction of detrous m.
    • relaxation of internal urethral sphincter
  38. what is the sympathetic innervation of the bladder and function?
    • inferior hypogastric plexus
    • contraction of internal urethral sphincter during ejaculation
  39. what are the three levator ani muscles
    • pubococcygeus m.
    • iliococcygeus m.
    • puborectalis m.
  40. What is the function of the glomerulus?
    Filtration of water and solutes
  41. What is the function of the proximal convoluted tubule?
    Reabsorption of water and solutes
  42. what is the function of the loop of Henle?
    reabsorption of sodium and chloride
  43. what is the function of the Distal convoluted tubles?
    reabsorption/secretion of ammonia, potassium hydrogen
  44. what nerve supplies the central part of the peritoneum
    Phrenic nerve (c3-5
  45. What nerves supply the peripheral peritoneum?
    Intercostal nerves
  46. What nerve supplies the parietal peritoneum in the pelvis
    obturator nerve
  47. what peritoneal fold contains inferior epigastric vessels
    lateral umbilical fold
  48. what peritoneal fold contains remnant of the urachus
    Median umbilical fold
  49. what peritoneal fold contains remnants of umbilical arteries
    medial umbilical fold
  50. what is another name for lesser sac of peritoneum?
    omental bursa
  51. What part of the female anatomy communicates with the peritoneal cavity?
    fallopian tubes
  52. what is the communication between the greater and lesser sacs of the peritoneum?
    epiploic foramen
  53. what is the medulla derived from during embryologic development?
    neural crest cells

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