Week 11: Learning Materials
Readings
Required
VanMeter, K. C., & Hubert, R. J. (2018). Gould’s pathophysiology for the health professions. (6th ed.). Elsevier Saunders.
Chapter 18: Urinary System Disorders
Chapter 19: Reproductive System Disorders
Fischbach, F. T., & Fischbach, M. A. (2018). Fischbach’s a manual of laboratory and diagnostic tests. (10th ed.). Wolters Kluwer.
Urinalysis
Uric Acid
RPR
Treponema
HIV testing
HSV IgM/IgG
BUN
Creatinine
Renin
Pap smear
HPV testing
HCG
Recommended
VanMeter, K. C., & Hubert, R. J. (2018) Study guide for Gould’s pathophysiology for the health professions. (6th ed.) Elsevier Saunders.
Complete Study Guide Chapter 18: Urinary System Disorders
Complete Study Guide Chapter 19: Reproductive System Disorders

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GUIDED NOTE
Genitourinary and Reproductive Guided Notes

1. Review the anatomy and physiology of genitourinary and reproductive systems.

2. Define incontinence.

3. What are the different types of incontinence?

4. What is enuresis, and what can lead to it?

5. Urinary tract infections
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

6. What are the common pathogens of UTIs?

7. What is the difference between cystitis and urethritis?

8. Pyelonephritis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

9. Glomerulonephritis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

10. Nephrotic syndrome
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

11. Kidney stones
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

12. What are the different types of kidney stones?

13. Hydronephrosis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

14. Renal cell carcinoma
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

15. Bladder cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

16. Nephrosclerosis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

17. Polycystic kidney disease
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

18. Wilms tumor
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

19. What occurs during acute renal failure?

20. What are signs and symptoms of acute renal failure?

21. What occurs during chronic renal failure?

22. What are the stages of chronic renal failure, and what characterizes each phase?

23. What is epispadias, and what complications can occur?

24. What is hypospadias, and what complications can occur?

25. What is cryptorchidism, and how does it occur?

26. What is hydrocele, and how does it present?

27. What is spermatocele, and how does it occur?

28. What is a varicocele, and how does it occur?

29. What is torsion of the testis, and how does it occur?

30. Prostatitis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

31. What are the categories of prostatitis?

32. Balanitis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

33. Benign prostatic hypertrophy
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

34. Testicular cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

35. What are the different types of prolapse that may occur in the female reproductive system and the presentation of each?

36. What is amenorrhea, and how does it present?

37. What is dysmenorrhea, and how does it present?

38. What is menorrhagia?

39. What is metrorrhagia?

40. What is polymenorrhea?

41. What is oligomenorrhea?

42. Endometriosis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms

43. Candidiasis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

44. Pelvic inflammatory disease
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

45. Leiomyoma
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

46. What are ovarian cysts?

47. What are causes of benign ovarian cysts?

48. Polycystic ovarian syndrome
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

49. Fibrocystic breast disease
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms

50. Breast cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

51. Cervical cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

52. Endometrial cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

53. Ovarian cancer
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

54. Chlamydia
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

55. Gonorrhea
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

56. Syphilis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

57. Herpes simplex
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

58. Genital warts
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

59. Trichomoniasis
Describe It Pathophysiology of It Risk Factors Signs and Symptoms Specific Lab Values

Laboratory Studies
Test Name/ Level Being Measured What Does It Test in Layman’s Terms? Normal Range What Do Abnormal Results Indicate? (Include Both Low and High When Applicable)
Urinalysis
Uric acid
RPR
Treponema
HIV testing
HSV IgM/IgG
BUN
Creatinine
Renin
Pap smear
HPV testing
HCG

Diagnostic Tests
Test Name Test Description What Do the Findings Mean?
Urodynamic testingLab Values

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