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ORGAN & TISSUE LAYERS
LUMEN MUCOSA SUBMUCOSA MUSCULARIS LAYERS Tubes that secrete mucous epithelial connective tissue smooth muscle ie. Urethra Trachea Uterine Tube Digestive Tract
LUMEN Tunica Interna Tunica Media Tunica Externa LAYERS Tubes that DO NOT secrete mucous epithelial smooth muscle connective tissue ie. Blood Vessels Lymphatic Vessels
LUMEN ENDO-- Myo---- EPI--- LAYERS Hollow organs that DO NOT secrete mucous epithelial smooth muscle connective tissue ie. Heart Uterus
HILUS Vessels Enter Medulla Cortex Capsule LAYERS Solid Organs ie. Kidney Lymph Nodes
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URINARY SYSTEM 6:12 URINARY SYSTEM AKA EXCRETORY SYSTEM REMOVES CERTAIN WASTES AND EXCESS WATER FROM BODY MAINTAINS ACID-BASE BALANCE.
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