August 26 2013

Medical Monday: Ureter vs. Urethra

The ureter is a duct that carries urine from a kidney to the bladder. The urethra is a tube that connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body.

Machine Briefs:
Option #1: ureter= AOU/RAOE/TER
Option #2: ureter= U/RAOE/TER
Option #3: ureter= AOU/RE/TER
Option #4: ureter= U/RE/TER
Option #5: ureter= AOURT

Option #1: urethra= U/RAOE/THRA
Option #2: urethra= AOU/RAOE/THRA
Option #3: urethra= U/RE/THRA
Option #4: urethra= AOU/RE/THRA
Option #5: urethra= AOU/R*ET/RA
Option #6: urethra= AOU/RAO*ET/RA
Option #7: urethra= U/R*ET/RA
Option #8: urethra= U/RAO*ET/RA
Option #9: ureter= AO*URT

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Posted August 26, 2013 by Elsie Villega in category "Briefs", "Medical", "Vocabulary

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