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  • Urinary System Essay

    blood and maintains the acid-base balance of the body. This system regulates the chemical composition, volume, and electrolyte balance of the blood. The urinary system works in with the respiratory, integumentary, and digestive organs to eliminate waste. Reflexology supports and enhances the urinary system by removing toxins that help reestablish balance. In this paper, I will go over three important facts about the urinary system. . The urinary system is home of: two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, the sphincter muscle, the nerves in the bladder and the urethra. The kidneys remove urea from the blood through, nephrons. Each nephron entails of glomerulus, and a renal tubule. The glomerulus is what filters the blood, the watery solution. Urea, together with water and other waste matters makes the urine then it passes through the nephrons and down the renal tubes of the kidneys. The ureters are narrow tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. Muscles in the ureter walls tighten and relax,…

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  • Essay On Urinary System

    Urinary system Objective: to distinguish key microscopic components of the renal cortex and the Meduna. Also identify the structural components of the nephron. Describing the structures of the surface across which, filtration occurs. Also, identifying the proximal tubule, distal tubule and connecting duct. Name and identify the ureter, bladder and urethra Introduction: The urinary system consists of two kidneys. The urinary system performs many functions removing waste, products from the…

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  • Urinary Tract Infection Essay On UTI

    When urine travels down to the ureters and carry urine down pass through the bladder. The bladder store the urine and when the bladder is full will pass through the urethra tube and then the urine leaves the body. The end of the urethra of male called penis and the female called vagina. The symptoms of UTI - Abdominal pain and make you feel urinating more often. - Burning sensation when urinate event not urinate much before and after. - Smell very strong. - Blood in urine. - Need to urinate…

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  • Kidneys

    These hormones help to make red blood cells, regulate blood pressure, and maintain bone health. Bladder- The bladder receives the urine made in the kidneys from the ureters. The bladder is where the urine is stored. The bladder is made up of four layers which are the epithelium, lamina propria, muscularis propria (detrusor muscle) and the perivesical soft tissue. The first layer, epithelium is just the lining of the bladder. The lamina propria is made out of muscle and blood vessel, and…

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  • Human Cloning Ethics

    that are included in this system include: the lungs, the trachea, and the diaphragm (Ratini, 2014). The primary excretory organ in fish is the kidney (Weitzman, 2013). Some excretion also takes place in the digestive tract, the skin, and especially the gills (which is also where ammonia is given off) (Weitzman, 2013). Fish must maintain their internal environment at a constant concentration of water and dissolved substances, like salts (Weitzman, 2013). Proper balance of a fish’s internal…

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  • Pig Kidney Dissection Lab Report

    kidney dissection Purpose By cutting open the pig kidney, to figure out the following parts: capsule, cortex, medulla, pyramid, papilla, column, major calyx, minor calyx, hilus, renal artery, renal vein, pelvis, sinus and ureter of the kidney. Hypothesis If we dissect a pig kidney, then we will find many similarities to the human kidney because we have learned that mammalian kidneys are similar. Experiment Background: The urinary system is one of the biggest and the most important system in…

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  • The Organs That Make Up The Urinary System

    he organs that make up the urinary system. The organs of the urinary system include the two kidneys, two ureters, a urinary bladder and the urethra. Kidneys. The kidneys are the major excretory organs of the body. The adult kidneys are normally located in the middle of the back one on each side of the spine and are partially protected by the lower ribs. Each kidney is kidney bean in shape and is almost the same size of a person’s clenched fist. One kidney have about 1 million nephrons are tiny…

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  • What Are The Importance Of Body Mechanics

    rectum to induce a bowel movement. A suppository can be administered by placing the suppository on the end of your fingers and entering your fingers into the anus. A lubrication should be used on the fingers and smeared on the area of insertion to minimize pain. An enema is when we insert some sort of liquid substance like water, saline, or oil solutions into the anus to remove feces and relieve constipation and fecal impaction. The liquid is put into some sort of syringe and then the syringe is…

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  • Uti Essay

    problem around the world specially the third world countries effecting both community and hospital based settings. It is estimated that 150 million UTIs occur yearly world-wide, accounting for $6 billion US in health care expenditures. The infection is more common in adults compared to children, but infection among young girls and adult’s women is much higher than men. About 40% of women and 12% men will have UTI in their life time. As mentioned above the most common cause of a urinary tract…

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  • Kidney Cancer Case Study

    the cell, reproduction, and response to stimuli. The kidneys reside in the the Urinary System, also known as the Renal System, which is made up of the ureters, bladder and the the urethra. The Renal System 's function is to eliminate wastes from the body through urination, regulate blood volume and blood pressure, control levels of electrolytes and metabolism, and to regulate blood pH. Different parts of the body excrete waste which the urinary system collects to keep the chemicals and water…

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