The Urinary System
The makeup of the urinary tract includes: the kidneys, two ureters, and the urethra, a tube leading from the bladder to the outside of the body.
The kidneys make up a filter system for the blood, reabsorbing almost 99%% of the fluid into the blood, and sending only two to four pints of waste (urine) into the bladder for storage until it can be disposed of. The kidneys allow the blood to keep glucose, salts and minerals after cleansing it of poisonous materials which will be passed out in the urinary tract.
Urine is produced in the kidneys and go down through two ten…
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