No. The urethra takes the urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. The ureter takes the urine from the kidney to the bladder.
They carry the urine to the bladder. The urethra takes urine from the bladder to the outside.
Ureters take urine directly to the urinary bladder. The urethra takes urine out of the body. Urine is liquid that has been filtered through the kidneys.
Blood flows to the kidney through the renal artery. Once in the kidney the blood flows through a series of smaller and smaller arteries until it gets to the glomerulus. The glomerulus filters blood and to be very simplistic creates a filtrate of the blood or "urine". This urine then flows through a series of progressively bigger tubules and ducts until it gets to the renal pelvis. At this point urine exits the kidney, it enters the ureter (long tube connecting kidney and bladder), and flows into the bladder where it is held until one desires to urinate. At this time urine flows out of the bladder and into the urethra. The urethra connects the bladder to the outside of the body.
The urine will go in the urinary bladder in some processes and your body will have a sign that you should take out the urine in your body.After filtering by the kidneys, urine flows to the bladder via two tubes called ureters. One ureter links each kidney to the bladder.
the whole cycle works like this. first your blood goes in your kidneys. your kidney filters the blood and takes out the waste. it puts the blood back into your veins and puts the waste which is now urine in the ureters ureters take the urine into the bladder. the bladder stores the urine until it is ready to be released out of the urethra.
1 Bladder 1 Urethra. The tube that leads to the outside. 2 Ureters. The tubes that take fluid from the kidneys to the bladder.
No she should not be bleeding in her urine. Take her in to be checked out by your Veterinarian. She could have a bladder infection or a kidney infection or something worse. Only a Vet can diagnose this correctly.
A cystourethrography is a procedure to take an X-ray picture of the urinary bladder and urethra. It is made using contrast media to allow specific structures to stand out in the X-ray. This picture is called a cystourethrogram. Cysto- means a bladder. Urethro- pertains to the urethra (the tube from the urinary bladder to the outside of your body).
How did you come to the conclusion that a baby is retaining urine in the kidney? The kidney is where the urine is produced; if it is being retained there, perhaps there is some type of blockadge - but this sounds like something a doctor should take care of, if it is a true diagnosis.
No, Also the THC (metabolite of marijuana) stays in the fat ,you burn fat and THC go into your blood. Your blood filters through your kidney and your kidneys take it out and send it pretty much to your bladder, and then you pee it out..
You should take your dog to a veterinarian. Blood in the urine is not normal and can mean any of several things ranging from a urinary tract infection to bladder or kidney stones to bladder cancer. Your veterinarian will perform an examination and a urinalysis to see what exactly is going on, then will be able to provide treatment for the underlying problem.
Overflow incontinence happens when the bladder does not empty completely and urine collects in the end of the penis and begins to dribble out. It could be due to an obstruction such as faecal impaction, an enlarged prostrate, nerve damage, or an abnormality in the urethra.
Blood in the urine can be a sign of a bladder infection. You need to take your rabbit to see a vet ASAP.
The correct name for the water produced by the body is urine. Urine is produced by the kidneys when they filter the blood to remove wastes, such as urea. This is what gives urine its colour. During the day as we are drinking liquids, the urine is more dilute and so lighter in colour. During the night we continue producing urea but do not take in water, so first thing in the morning the urine is more concentrated and so darker in colour. Urine filtered by the kidneys is stored in the bladder until you go to the toilet. The kidneys are connected to the bladder by a pair of tubes called ureters. These carry the urine to the bladder. Urine passes out of the bladder through a tube called the urethra. In males this tube runs inside the penis. In females it runs directly to the outside of the body, opening just in front of the vagina. See: http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/yoururinary/ http://training.seer.cancer.gov/module_anatomy/unit11_1_uri_functions.html
It would just be tested for the bladder infection. If you want them to test for pregnancy, I'm sure they will.
To eliminate waste from the blood. The kidneys take nitrogenous wastes out of the blood and pull some water out as well to make urine, which then flows down the ureters and into the bladder, and when you're ready to go, from the bladder through the urethra and out of the body. If your kidneys didn't do this, you would die within a few days without dialysis, so it's an important function.
The ureters are what carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. There is one ureter from each kidney, so two ureters in the body.These are the mucous membrane-lined, muscular ducts that propel urine from the renal pelvis of each kidney to the bladder. They originate in the pelvis of the kidney, exit the hilum, and terminate in the base of the bladder in an area called the trigone.
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It takes place in the urinary bladder after it is brought there by the ureters.
Well if you are holding your urine in it is not good for your bladder.
Take it to a vet pronto, bloody urine is not normal and could be an indication of bladder stones, an infection of the bladder, or utrine infections.
Very often a kidney infection - take it to see a vet.
Acutely outstretched bladders go to normal size almost immediately after you void the urine. In chronic obstruction the bladder may get thicker also. This will be reversed to original size, once the stricture of urethra is corrected, although it may take longer time.
Have you had the cat evaluated for bladder infection, kidney infection, or kidney disease? Litter-box-laying is often related to urinary urgency or bladder spasms, where the animal feels the need to constantly "go". Take him to the vet and get a urinalysis done.
By drinking enough ,so kidney doesnt have to work to hard,no urine infection