BIO 115-urinary - Urinary system A. Introduction Urinary...

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Urinary system A. Introduction
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Urinary system A. Introduction - Vital for eliminating waste - CRUCIAL for regulation of blood Contents: Kidneys (2) Ureters (2) Bladder (1) Urethra (1)
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Contents: Kidneys (2) Ureters (2) Bladder (1) Urethra (1) B. Function Regulation: - Blood ion composition - Blood pH
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B. Function Regulation: - Blood ion composition - Blood pH - Blood volume - Blood pressure - Blood osmolarity - Blood glucose levels Production:
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- Blood pressure - Blood osmolarity - Blood glucose levels Production: - Hormones: Calcitrol, Erythropoetin Excretion: - Eliminates wastes (non-useful material)
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- Hormones: Calcitrol, Erythropoetin Excretion: - Eliminates wastes (non-useful material) C. Gross anatomy 1. Kidneys Location: T12-L3
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C. Gross anatomy 1. Kidneys Location: T1-L3 (retroperitoneum) Covering : Renal capsule : DICT on kidney Adipose capsule : Cushion
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Covering : Renal capsule : DICT on kidney Adipose capsule : Cushion External feature Hilus : entry/exit of vessels & ureter
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External feature Hilus Internal feature 2 regions- Renal Cortex: Outer layer Renal Medulla: Contains renal pyramids
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