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91

What is TURB

transurethral bladder removal

92

The ureters attach the ____ surface of the bladder

posterolateral

93

The right kidney is slightly lower than the left due to the presence of the

liver

94

The most common presenting symptom of bladder cancer is

hematuria

95

The ureters enter the kidney at the

renal pelvis

96

Urine passes from the bladder to the outside of the body via

urethra

97

The most common pathology of malignant tumors of the prostate is

adenocarcinoma

98

Most common type of kidney tumor is:

Transitional cell Carcinoma

99

Cancer with highest incidence rate for males is:

Prostate Cancer

100

Which of the following are common immobilization-repositioning devices used in the treatment of prostate cancer?
I. Polyurethane foam molds
II. Vacuum devices (Vac Locks)
III. Belly Board

I, II, and III

101

For patients with bladder cancer, the bladder should be ________ during whole-bladder radiation.

empty

102

A side effect associated with the treatment of prostate cancer , in which the adult male is unable to obtain an erection, is:

impotence

103

The prostate gland is located _______ to the rectum.

anterior

104

The tumor of the male reproductive and genitourinary system that requires the lowest dose to control the disease is:

seminoma

105

The tumor of the male reproductive and genitourinary system for which a brachytherapy implant is most likely used to control the disease is:

prostate

106

the most common testicular tumor pathology is:

seminoma