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Urinary Quiz Developed by: Sorcha McCaughley & Mark Brims Approved by: Gawain Hammond & Maureen Bain Supported by: The Chancellor’s Fund.

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1 Urinary Quiz Developed by: Sorcha McCaughley & Mark Brims Approved by: Gawain Hammond & Maureen Bain Supported by: The Chancellor’s Fund

2 Urinary Quiz START! Developed by: Sorcha McCaughley & Mark Brims Supported by: The Chancellor’s Fund

3 What do you want to look at? I want to view the: Kidneys Bladder & Urethra

4 The Kidneys The radiographs on the right show canine kidneys injected with contrast. What is A? Calyx Renal Pelvis What is B? Renal Crest Renal Lobe What are C? Collecting ducts Renal Arteries A B C C

5  Incorrect  No, this is not a Calyx! The dog has a uni-lobar kidney, it does not have distinct calyces. Calyces are most easily seen in Bovine kidneys: Try Again!

6  Incorrect  No, this is not a Renal Lobe! The dog has a uni-lobar kidney, it does not have distinct Lobes. Try Again!

7  Incorrect  No, these are not the Collecting Ducts! The collecting ducts are soft tissue structures and are too small to be seen on radiographs. Try Again!

8 Correct! Well done! This is the Renal Pelvis. It is where the collecting ducts gather to form the ureter. Here is another example: Now try part B

9 Correct! Well done! This is the Renal Crest. It is the Medulla at the point where it joins the renal pelvis. Here is another example: Now try part C

10 Correct! Well done! These are the Renal Arteries. They supply the kidney with blood to be filtered. Here are some other examples: Now try Bladder & Urethra radiographsBladder & Urethra

11 The Bladder The radiographs on the right show canine bladders injected with contrast. a) What is the correct order? A, B, C = Body, Neck, Apex Neck, Body, Apex Apex, Body, Neck A B C

12  Incorrect  Sorry, this is not the correct order! Try Again!

13 Correct! Yes! This is the correct order. Here is another example of the bladder: Now try Urethra radiographsUrethra radiographs Apex Body Neck

14 The Urethra A B C The radiographs on the right show the canine urinary system injected with contrast. a)What sex is the top radiograph? Why? Male Female b) With regard to parts of the Urethra, which is the correct order: A, B, C, D = Penile, Perineal, Pelvic Pelvic, Perineal, Penile Pelvic, Penile, Perineal c) On the numbered radiograph, which is the urethra? d) What is 4? Uterine horn Internal Iliac artery Small Intestine

15  Incorrect  No, this dog is not female. The bottom radiograph shows the urinary system of a bitch. The contrast has entered the reproductive tract: Try Again!

16 Correct! Yes! This is a male dog. In the bitch the urethra enters the vestibule of the reproductive tract in the pelvis. The urethra continues beyond the pelvis in this radiograph. Now try part b)part b)

17 Correct! Yes! This is the correct order. Here is the radiograph with labels: Now try part c)part c) Pelvic Perineal Penile

18  Incorrect  Sorry, this is not the correct order! Try Again!

19  Incorrect  No! This is not the Urethra. Number 2 is the Ureters. They can be seen leaving the kidneys: Try Again!

20  Incorrect  No! This is not the Urethra. Number 7 is the Vestibule of the Vulva. Try Again!

21 Correct! Yes! 6 is the Urethra. It can be seen passing between the (empty) bladder and the vestibule: Try part d)

22  Incorrect  No! This is not the Internal Iliac artery. The cardiovascular system has not had any contrast injected in this radiograph – blood vessels cannot be seen. Try Again!

23  Incorrect  No! This is not the Small Intestine. There is no contrast in the digestive tract, and the small intestines are located more ventrally: Try Again!

24 Correct! Yes! This is a Uterine horn. Although they look close to the ureters on lateral x-rays, dorso-ventral views show that they lie more laterally: Return to Start End Quiz


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