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Human Urinary System Anatomy ©Richard L. Goldman February 26, 2003 Illustrations from: Delmar’s Comprehensive Medical Terminology
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 2 The Urinary System Abdominal aorta Adrenal glands Inferior vena cava Left kidney Left renal artery Prostrate gland Renal cortex Renal medulla Right and left ureters Right kidney Ureteral orifices Urethra Urethral meatus Urinary bladder
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 3 The Urinary System
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 4 Nephron Bowman’s capsule Capillary net Collecting tubule Cortex Distal convoluted tubule Glomerulus Henle’s loop Medulla Proximal convoluted tubule Ureter Urethra Urinary bladder
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 5 Nephron
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 6 Kidney Cortex Hilum Medulla Renal artery Renal papilla Renal pelvis Renal pyramid Renal vein Ureter
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 7 Kidney
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 8 Urethra Bladder Bladder neck External sphincter Urethra
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 9 Urethra
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 10 Major process or urine formation Glomerulus kidney tubule Part of a Nephron Urinary meatus
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 11 Major process or urine formation
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 12 Flow chart of urine formation Bloodstream Bowman’s capsule Collecting Tubule Distal convoluted tubule Glomerulus Loop of Henle Proximal convoluted tubule Renal pelvis Ureter Urethra Urinary bladder Urinary meatus
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 13 Flow chart of urine formation
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 14 Flow chart of urine formation ________________ Salts Sugar Urea/other wastes Water Acids ________________
© Richard L. Goldman Delmar's Comprehensive Medical Terminology 15 Flow chart of urine formation
Urinary System Urinary Model Quiz © 2005,
28-1 Lecture 24 Urinary System Urinary System Anatomy Fig External Anatomy of Kidneys Renal capsule –surrounds each kidney Hilum –renal artery.
Cortex medulla pyramid papilla renal pelvis renal vein renal artery calyx kidney model.
Anatomy of the Urinary System Kidneys (urine formation) Lower Urinary Tract Ureters (2) Bladder (1) Urethra (1) (urine collection, storage, excretion)
Intro to Excretion. Excretion Excretion –Release and removal of metabolic wastes Metabolic Wastes Excess water Salts Carbon Dioxide Nitrogenous.
KIDNEY RLO 1 – anatomy Page 1 In the body, two kidneys, two ureters and the bladder form the urinary system. The kidneys are located at waste level in.
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1 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. CHAPTER 16 URINARY SYSTEM.
Homeostasis is the maintenance of steady internal conditions despite fluctuations in the external environment. Examples of homeostasis include –thermoregulation—the.
Try to Control Your Urge to Learn!. Organs of the Urinary System.
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An-Najah National University Faculty of Medicine Department of Physiology Anatomy and Physiology Instructor: Heba Salah Chapter 7: The Urinary.
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Dr. Tiffany N. Lee, BS, DC, FASA. Assignment #2 Due in Unit 9 Organs of the Urinary System Kidneys Formation of Urine Hormones Affecting Urine.
Dr. ANAND SRINIVASAN. Made of 2 kidneys 2 ureters Urinary bladder Urethra.
Human Anatomy, 3rd edition Prentice Hall, © 2001 Human Anatomy Chapter 26 The Urinary System.
The Urinary System-________ _______ ______and __________ ___________ from the ______, __________ _____ from the ___________ of _______ ______ by the ______.
THE EXCRETORY SYSTEM Controlling the Internal Environment.
Components: Kidneys –Produce urine Ureters Urinary bladder Urethra The Urinary System Functions: Homeostasis of blood pH, volume and electrolytes.
Renal System Histology and Models. Types of kidney stones.
Renal Physiology Laboratory Exercise KAAP310 Figures from Pearson Education and other sources.
UNIT 6 URINARY SYSTEM. FUNCTIONS Removes unwanted waste products from blood Return materials to the blood Regulate BP Regulate Blood pH Activate Vitamin.
Urinary System ST120 Concorde Career College, Portland.
Urinary System Chapter 17. Functions Filtration of blood Body fluid regulation – Water/salt balance – pH balance Waste removal.
Chapter 20 Excretory System. Excretory System – Structure & Function A. The body system that collects and removes the waste products (urea, salts, uric.
BMS 231: 2015/2016 Anatomy of the Urinary System DR SOBIA IKRAM DR AQEELA BANO DR SADIA FARHAN.
Renal capsule Renal column Interlobar artery Interlobar vein Renal sinus (cavity in which renal pelvis is found) Papilla of renal pyramid Arcuate artery.
Human Urinary System Vocabulary ©Richard L. Goldman March 6, 2003 from: Delmar’s Comprehensive Medical Terminology.
Urinary System Module 9. Urinary System at a Glance Functions of Urinary System –Maintain stable internal environment –Remove waste products –Adjust water.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 15.2a The human urinary system.
The Urinary System Adapted from
Pages URINE for a great time today!!!
I. Urinary System A.Humans excrete nitrogenous waste (from amino acids) as urea and uric acid. B.Kidneys remove waste and water from blood.
3 functions of the urinary system Excrete nitrogenous wastes – Urea produced from the metabolism of proteins and nucleic acids Other animals produce ammonia.
HS130: Anatomy & Physiology II Unit 6 Seminar: The Urinary System.
4.01 Remember the structures of the urinary system.
Renal System Histology and Models. Adrenal gland Kidney Renal artery Ureter Urinary bladder Spleen.
Urinary System Anatomy Practical [PHL 212]. When protein is broken down in the body, it results in nitrogenous waste that must be eliminated from the.
Excretory System Excretion involves the removal of wastes that pass through a membrane or wastes that are results of metabolic processes. (Undigested food.
Urinary System. Why do we urinate? To remove metabolic wastes from body Cells produce wastes that are toxic Nitrogenous wastes are converted to urea by.
Bio 449Lecture 25Nov. 8, 2010 Control of Ventilation Generation of rhythmic breathing Regulation of blood gases Effects of PCO2 Effects of PO2 Other factors.
Chapter 15 The Urinary System. Functions of the Urinary System 1. Elimination of waste Nitrogenous wastes Toxins Drugs 2. Regulates homeostasis.
URINARY SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGY AND MANIFESTATION. Functions of the Urinary System Elimination of waste products: Nitrogenous wastes Toxins Drugs Regulate.
Excretory. Function Remove metabolic waste from the blood- Excretion Regulate H2O in blood Organs of excretion- Skin-water, salts and urea Lungs-CO2 Kidneys.
The Excretory System Chapter 38.3 Bio 392. Excretion the process of eliminating waste products of metabolism and other non-useful materials. The.
Exercise 43 Anatomy of the Urinary System. Functions of the kidney Excretory Keeps the electrolyte balance Keeps the acid-base balance Keeps the water.
Rectum Ureters Renal artery/ vein. Uterus Urinary bladder Ureters Renal vessels.
Urinary System. Urinary System Basic Anatomy Kidneys -filter blood of toxins, regulate water, pH, salt content of blood (also helps regulate blood pressure,
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