Urinary system By Dillon Clark

The kidneys are organs that filters the Blood and waste products from water

The kidneys are organs that filter waste out of blood, and excess water out of the body as urine. The kidneys lie on either side of the spinal column, and are just above the waist

The ureter is a narrow tube that connects the kidney to the bladder

Ureter run from the kidneys to the bladder. There are two ureters in the body that carry urinr from the Kidneys to the bladder

The muscular sac that stores urine

The bladder stores urine as it is made. As urine flows into the bladder, the bladder expands. As the process of urination occurs urine is forced out of the bladder into the urethra

The urethra is a narrow tube that extends from the bladder to the outside of the body. Urine passes through this tube

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