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Course Name:  Alternative Therapies A&P Course
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No. of Questions= 12
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1 On the diagram below, indicate which part of the kidneys letter C corresponds to





a) Renal pelvis

b) Pyramids was incorrect

c) Medulla

d) Renal Sinus

e) Fibrous capsule





2 On the diagram above, indicate which part of the kidneys letter F corresponds to






a) Renal pelvis

b) Pyramids

c) Medulla

d) Renal Sinus

e) Fibrous capsule





3 What is the function of the Ureter ?






a) Collecting ducts situated in the kidneys

b) The outer part of the kidneys

c) A network of blood capillaries

d) A tube which conveys urine from kidneys to bladder





4 How much liquid can an average Bladder contain ?






a) 100 mls of urine

b) 300 mls of urine

c) 500 mils of urine

d) 700 mls of urine

e) 900 mls of urine





5 What happens in the "Loop of Henle" ?






a) Urea, water, salts and glucose are filtered

b) Re-absorption of water takes place as required

c) Collecting duct receive urine from several tubules





6 What is the composition of urine ?






a) Water 98%, Urea 1%, Ammonia 1%, salts

b) Water 96%, Urea 2%, Ammonia 2%, salts

c) Water 94%, Urea 3%, Ammonia 2%, salt 1%





7 What is a Kidney stone ?






a) Small lumps of Uric acid and Sulphates

b) Small lumps of Ammonia and Phosphate

c) Small lumps of Uric acid and calcium

d) Small lumps of Ammonia and Sodium chloride





8 What is Nephritis ?






a) An infection of the neck of the Uterus

b) A virus that attacks the Kidneys

c) An inflammation of the bladder

d) Antibodies that attack kidney tissues





9 What are the functions of the Urinary system ?






a) To remove toxins from the blood

b) To regulate salt and water balance

c) To remove excess salts (sodium chloride) and other minerals from the body

d) Answer a and b above

e) Answer a, b and c above





10 What is a Bowman's capsule ?






a) A place where a large quantity of water, salts, urea and glucose is filtered

b) A place where alkalinity of blood is maintained

c) A tube that links the kidneys with the bladder

d) A reservoir for urine





11 What is the name of the Nephron structure ?






a) Loop of Henle

b) Bowman's capsule

c) The cortex

d) The calyces

e) The Pyramids





12 How is the blood supplied to the kidneys ?






a) Via the Renal vein

b) Via the Capillaries

c) Via the Arterioles

d) Via the Calyx

e) Via the Renal artery










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