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What are the four basic parts to the urinary system?-kidneys: make urine, remove waste from blood stream, regulate metabolic processes-tubular ureters: transport urine from the kidneys to the bladder-urinary bladder: store the urine-urethra: transport urine out of the body.What are the parts and functions of the urinary system?
Function of Urinary System. The bladder, ureters, urethra and kidneys make up the renal or urinary system in humans. Besides excretion, controlling quantity of blood and blood pressure, regulating the amount of metabolites and electrolytes in the body, and stabilizing blood pH are also some of the functions of this system.What are the organs or parts of the urinary system?
What Are the Major Organs of the Urinary System? The major organs of the urinary system are the urethra, the bladder, two kidneys and two ureters. These organs work together to rid the body of waste, which is excreted in the form of urine. The kidneys are located in the middle of the back, one on each side of the spinal column.What is the most inferior structure of the urinary system?
The inferior portion of the bladder has a triangular-shaped area at the base of the bladder called the trigone (Greek tri – = “triangle” and the root of the word “trigonometry”). This area serves as a funnel, to allow complete drainage of the bladder into the urethra. Figure 3. (a) Anterior cross section of the bladder.