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					The Urinary System




  JEOPARDY
                            Starts
To Pee or Not   Gee                         Pee        Pee is For   Urine
                            With
  to Pee…       Whiz                       Soup          Parts      Luck
                             Pee
                 Final Jeopardy! #1 #2 #3 Pee is For Pathway

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             To Pee or Not to Pee…
                           100
     The name of the reflex whereby
     involuntary smooth muscle
     contractions propel urine from the
     urinary bladder through the urethra.

          A: What is micturition?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
             To Pee or Not to Pee…
                           200
      The smooth muscle constriction
      surrounding the superior urethra
      which contracts involuntarily to
      prevent urine from leaving the
      bladder.
         A: What is the internal urethral
         sphincter?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
             To Pee or Not to Pee…
                          300
  The smooth muscle making up most of
  the wall of the urinary bladder which
  contracts involuntarily to expel urine from
  the body through the urethra.
         A: What is the detrusor muscle?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
             To Pee or Not to Pee…
                           400
           The constriction of skeletal muscle
           which surrounds the superior
           urethra and contracts voluntarily to
           prevent urine from leaving the
           bladder.
         A: What is the external urethral
         sphincter?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
             To Pee or Not to Pee…
                        500

  The name of the disorder common to women
  who have had children and elderly men in
  which a person increasingly loses control over
  their micturition reflex.
  A: What is incontinence?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Gee Whiz
                          100
The tangled mass of capillaries
that filters out the blood using
hydrostatic pressure in the renal
corpuscle.
          A: What is the glomerulus?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Gee Whiz
                             200
Metabolic disorder in which uric
acid crystals accumulate in the
joints, especially the joints of the
big toe .
          A: What is gout?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Gee Whiz
                          300
Diagnostic symptom of diabetes
which accounts for the increased
frequency of urination and
excessive thirst.
A: What is glucosuria?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
 DAILY
DOUBLE!
                        Gee Whiz
                          400

The structure of the renal corpuscle which
receives the filtrate of the glomerulus and
funnels the filtrate into the proximal
convoluted tubule.
  A: What is the glomerular capsule?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Gee Whiz
                          500
Inflammation of the glomerular capillaries
due to the spread of a Streptococcus
pyogenes infection, in which antigen-
antibody complexes block off the blood
supply to the kidney tubule cells.
A: What is glomerulonephritis?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
 DAILY
DOUBLE!
                        Starts with Pee
                              100

Sections of the renal medulla made up of
bundles of nephron loops and collecting
ducts.


 A: What are the renal pyramids?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Starts with Pee
                              200
Part of the renal tubule in which
most of the tubular reabsorption
takes place.
           A: What is the proximal
           convoluted tubule?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Starts with Pee
                              300
Small blood vessels which act as a
passageway for blood lying between the
efferent arterioles and the interlobular
veins, which are the main site from which
tubular secretion takes place.
      A: What are the peritubular
      capillaries?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Starts with Pee
                              400
Negatively-charged ions that make up part
of the glomerular filtrate which are largely
not reabsorbed by the tubules but end up
concentrated in the urine.

       A: What are phosphate ions?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Starts with Pee
                              500
Passageway for urine lying between
the urinary bladder and the
membranous urethra in the male
urinary system.
       A: What is the prostatic urethra?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee Soup
                          100
The two nitrogen-containing waste
products left over from the breakdown
of amino acids and nucleic acids which
are concentrated in urine.
       A: What are urea and uric acid?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee Soup
                          200
The ion which is reabsorbed first in the
proximal convoluted tubule, creating an
accumulation of positive charge in the
peritubular capillaries.


     A: What is sodium?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                              Pee Soup
                                300
One of three negatively-charged ions which
are reabsorbed from the proximal
convoluted tubule into the peritubular
capillary because it is attracted to the
accumulation of positive charge forming
there. A: What are chloride, phosphate, or
                    bicarbonate (Hydrogen carbonate) ions?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
 DAILY
DOUBLE!
                        Pee Soup
                          400
Water-soluble component of the blood that
is normally completely reabsorbed but its
presence in urine may indicate the onset of
diabetes.
     A: What is glucose?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee Soup
                          500
Disorder of the urinary system in which
uric acid, Calcium oxalate, Calcium
phosphate, or Magnesium phosphate
precipitate out of solution, crystallize and
accumulate in the renal pelvis to pass
painfully through the urinary tract.
      A: What are kidney stones?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee is For Parts
                              100
Organ of the urinary system which
filters the blood to remove excess
water and dissolved substances in
order to maintain blood pressure
homeostasis
A: What is the kidney?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee is For Parts
                              200
The passageway for urine lying
between the renal pelvis of the
kidney and the urinary bladder.
A: What is the ureter?


S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee is For Parts
                              300
The part of the male urinary system that is
also part of the male reproductive system.

  A: What is the urethra (prostatic,
  membranous, or penile)?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee is For Parts
                              400
The part of the kidney in which the renal
corpuscles lie.



A: What is the renal cortex?


S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Pee is For Parts
                              500
The part of the kidney in which the
descending and ascending limbs of the
Loop of Henle lie.

  A: What is the renal medulla (pyramids)?


S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Urine Luck
                  100
The passageway for blood lying
between the renal artery and the arcuate
artery.


 A: What is the interlobar artery?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
 DAILY
DOUBLE!
                        Urine Luck
                           200

The passageway for blood lying
between the interlobular vein the
interlobar vein.
  A: What is the arcuate vein?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Urine Luck
                           300
The passageway for blood lying
between the interlobular artery and
the glomerulus.

  A: What is the afferent arteriole?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Urine Luck
                           400

The passageway for blood lying
between the glomerulus and the
peritubular capillaries.
  A: What is the efferent arteriole?

S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                        Urine Luck
                           500

The passageway for blood lying
between the arcuate artery and the
afferent arteriole.
A: What is the interlobular artery?
S2C06 Jeopardy Review
                Final Jeopardy!
               Pee is For Pathway
The following parts of the urinary system, in
                        Blue
order, through which urine flows on its way out
of the body: proximal convoluted tubule,
collecting duct, descending limb of nephron
loop, glomerular capsule, distal convoluted
tubule, ascending limb of nephron loop
A: What is 1. glomerular capsule, 2. proximal
convoluted tubule, 3. descending limb of nephron loop,
4. ascending limb of nephron loop, 5. distal convoluted
tubule, 6. collecting duct?
             Final Jeopardy!
            Pee is For Pathway
The following parts of the urinary system, in
order, through which urine flows on its way out
of the body: renal pelvis, collecting duct, major
calyx, ureter, minor calyx, urinary bladder

A: What is 1. collecting duct, 2. minor calyx, 3.
major calyx, 4. renal pelvis, 5. ureter, 6. urinary
bladder?
               Final Jeopardy!
              Pee is For Pathway
The following parts of the urinary system, in
order, through which urine flows on its way out
of the male body: prostatic urethra, urinary
bladder, ureter, external urethral orifice,
membranous urethra, internal urethral sphincter,
penile urethra, external urethral sphincter
A: What are the 1. ureter, 2. urinary bladder, 3.
internal urethral sphincter, 4. prostatic urethra, 5.
external urethral sphincter, 6. membranous urethra,
7. penile urethra, 8. external urethral orifice?

				
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