Urinary system by admin_massage2 | Dec 17, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Urinary system 1. Inflammation of the bladder is known as? Deselect Answer Cystitis Nephritis Pleurisy Kidney stones 2. What is kidney tissue made of? Deselect Answer Fibrous tissue Nephrons Nerves and vessels Elastic tissue 3. Which of the following does not enter the kidney at the hilium? Deselect Answer Lymphatic vessels Nerves Blood vessels Urethra 4. What is the relationship between the endocrine and urinary systems? Deselect Answer Blood pressure is regulated by the production of renin in the kidneys The urinary system removes by by excretion enabling vasoconstriction of the blood vessels Mineralocorticoids helps with reabsorption in the medulla The kidneys help to stimulate the production of mineralocorticoids which helps urine filtration 5. Nephritis is a term which describes? Deselect Answer Inflammation of the bladder Inflammation of the pelvis Inflammation of the kidney Inflammation of the gall bladder 6. Where is the bladder located? Deselect Answer Inside the kidney Outside the kidney In the pelvic cavity Above the kidney 7. The loop of henle is an extension of? Deselect Answer Bowman's capsule Proximal convoluted tubules Distal convoluted tubules Nephrons 8. What is the function of the urethra? Deselect Answer To store urine To take urine from inside the body to outside the body To pass urine from the bladder to the ureter To filter waste 9. What is the relationship between the urinary and circulatory systems? Deselect Answer Reabsorption of oxygen and nutrients from the blood takes place in the kidneys The chemical catalysts in the blood helps with the filtration of urine in the kidneys The kidneys purify all the blood in the body Erythrocytes in the blood help with the filtration of urine in the kidneys 10. The cortex is located? Deselect Answer On the inside of the kidney On the outside of the kidney Gall bladder Pelvis 11. What is the structure of the bladder? Deselect Answer A funnel shaped cavity A sac like organ A bean shaped organ A funnel shaped organ 12. How does blood enter the kidneys? Deselect Answer Capillaries Arteries Efferent arterioles Afferent arterioles 13. What is the function of the pelvis? Deselect Answer To filter the blood To collect waste To collect urine from the ureter and pass it into the urethra To collect urine in the medulla and pass it into the ureter 14. The hilium is a term for? Deselect Answer The membrane surrounding the kidney The entrance of the kidney The concave centre of the kidney The inside of the kidney 15. Which one of the following is not a function of the kidney? Deselect Answer Absorption of water Formation of urine Reabsorption of useful materials Filtration of blood 16. Filtered substances are passed from the bowman's capsule to? Deselect Answer Convoluted tubules Glomerular capsule Efferent arterioles Cortex 17. Where is the medulla located? Deselect Answer On the outside of the renal pelvis On the outside of the kidney On the inside of the renal pelvis On the inside of the kidney 18. What are the functions of nephrons? Deselect Answer Absorption and excretion Filtration and excretion Removal of waste and heat Heat and filtration 19. What is the renal pelvis? Deselect Answer A funnel shaped cavity A network of vessels A bean shaped organ A sac like organ 20. What is the function of the bladder? Deselect Answer To pass urine into the urether To reabsorb water To collect urine from the ureter and pass it into the urethra A reservoir for urine 21. What is the relationship between the urinary system and skeletal system? Deselect Answer The kidneys help to stimulate the production of bone marrow in long bones The kidneys help to stimulate the production of bone marrow in flat bones The kidneys help to stimulate the production of bone marrow in sesamoid bones The kidneys help to stimulate the production of bone marrow in short bones 22. What is the composition of urine? Deselect Answer 96% water, 2% urea, 2% other substances 96% water, 3% urea, 1% other substances 98% water, 2% urea 96% water, 1% urea and 3% other substances 23. How much urine is produced everyday? Deselect Answer 2 litres 1.5 litres 5 litres 2.5 litres 24. Urine passes from the bladder to? Deselect Answer Ureters Urethra Gall bladder Renal pelvis 25. What is the function of the ureters? Deselect Answer To take urine from the kidneys to the bladder To store urine To collect urine from the urethra and pass it into the bladder To pass urine from the bladder to the outside of the body 26. How long is the kidney? Deselect Answer 7.5cm 11.5cm 11cm 10cm 27. What is the function of the bowman's capsule? Deselect Answer Helps with the filtration of blood in the kidneys Acts as a collection point for waste products Absorption of waste products To carry waste products from the glomerulus to the loop of henle 28. Afferent arterioles join to form? Deselect Answer Loop of henle Distal convoluted tubule Glomerular capsule Glomerulus 29. What part of the nervous system controls the external sphincter of the urethra? Deselect Answer Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system Autonomic nervous system Sympathetic nervous system 30. The tubes which connect the kidneys to the bladder are? Deselect Answer Renal pelvis Hilium Urethra Ureters Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.