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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ECCRINEallow excess water to leave the body.The majority of eccrine glands are located mainly on the forehead, the bottoms of the feet, and the palms,although the glands are everywherethroughout the body. They help thebody to maintain temperature control. KIDNEYremoves the nitrogenous wastes from the blood such as urea and salts and excess water are also removed from the blood and excrete them in the form of urine BILEsecreted within the smallintestine where it helps to break down ethanol, fats and other acidic wastes including ammonia, into harmless substances. LARGE INTESTINE collects waste from throughout thebody. It extracts any remaining usable water and then removes solid waste. At about 10 feet long, it transports SKINextracts sweat through sweat glands throughout the body. This helps to remove additional wastes. Such as excess urine. Furthermore, the sweat, helped by salt, evaporates and helps to keep the body cool when it is warm LIVERdetoxifies and breaks down chemicals, poisons and other toxins that enter the body. KIDNEY STONES - Symptoms: Vomiting/nausea, painful urination, fever or chills - How it's diagnosed: physical examination, urinalysis, radiographic studies, blood tests - Treatment(s): pain medicine, drinking lots of fluids, lithotripsy, surgery to deal with the stone, - Life expectancy: average time a stone takes to pass ranges from 1 to 3 weeks, - Kidney stones are made of salt and mineral in the urine. The Excretory System PREVENTION1. Drink lots of fluids to produce lots of urine. (6-8 glasses/day)2. If you have a history of stones, you may need to take medicine or make changes to your diet3. Your doctor may want to do bloodand urine testsTREATMENT 1. Kidney stones that are small usually pass through your system on their own2. Over the counter pain medicines can bevery effective in helping with the pain of a passing tone. 3. Again, drinking lots of water helps them to pass easier because of the large amounts of urine.
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