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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 URINARY SYSTEM: the urinary system works with the lungs, skin,and intestines to maintain the balance of chemicals and water in the body Structure: Kidneys:filter the blood to remove wastes and produce urine. Ureters are a pair of tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder. -usually 10 to 12 inches long and run on the left and right sides of the body parallel to the vertebral column. Urethra:is a tube that connects the urinary bladder tothe urinary meatus for the removal of fluidsfrom the body. The urinary bladder is a hollow elastic organ that functions as the bodys urine storage tank. The urinary bladder plays an important role in delaying and controlling urination so that the average person only has to urinate several times each day instead of constantly leaking small amounts of urine. The urinary bladder is a hollow elastic organ that functions as the bodys urine storage tank. the urinary bladder plays an important role in delaying and controlling urination so that the average person only has to urinate several times each day instead of constantly leaking small amounts of urine. Digestive: Provides nutrients so the kidneys can clean your blood of wastes produced by all the other systems relationship between the body systems: respiratory: Provides oxygenso the urinary systemcan clean the blood of waste products Circulatory: Moves oxygen and glucose around the body so cells can do work Moves wastes so they can be disposed by the body integumentary system: excretes salts and nitrogenous wastes in sweat. Theurinary system activatesvitamin D made by skincells, and disposesnitrogenous wastes of skin metabolism. Histology The integumentary system maintains themuscular system by helping the body to cool off as the skin dilatesgetting rid of excess heat. The threesystems worktogether to maintain homeostasis -The supply of oxygenand the removal of wastes generated by the respiration of cells, both help maintain homeostasis in the body -This system is primarily responsible'for gettingrid of excess wastes in the body and regulating body fluids.Balance of electrolytes within the body is also maintained by the urinary system.The urinary system is also responsible for maintaining redblood cell count within the body andthe optimum pHlevels in the blood. -. -Waste productsare removed and the transportation of hormones and nutrients throughoutthe body alsotakes place throughthe circulatory system. Every othersystem in the bodyis reliant upon the circulatory systemfor supplying nutrients, oxygen and the removal ofwaste products.Thissystem works intandem with allthe other systems to maintain homeostasis. Absorption of substances from the digestive system occur through the lymphatic system. Toxins are absorbedby the lymphaticsystem from the digestive system.
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