The kidneys are connected to the bladder by the ureters. These are small muscular tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. They connect to the kidney at the hilus.
In contrast, the urethra is the tube leading from the bladder to the outside of the body.
Each kidney has a ureter that runs to the bladder.
The ureter connects the kidney and the urinary bladder.
Ureter. The urethra connects the bladder to the outside world.
Ureter connects kidney and urinary bladder. It mainly carries all waste fluids. It is about 5 cm long.
The ureter is a "tube" that connects the kidney to the bladder.
it connects the kidney to the bladder which connects to the digestive system!
The ureter connects to the urinary bladder at the top as it comes down from each kidney.
The ureters connect the two systems together by draining the urine from the kidneys into the bladder.
The tube connecting the renal hilus of the kidney to the bladder is the ureter. In the renal hilum the ureter, renal blood vessels and nerves enter or exit the kidney.
it connects the kidney and urinary bladder and the the fluid waste on the kidney is going to pass through the ureter OK! KUHA MO
No, the bladder is not part of the kidney. The bladder is attached to two tubes that run from the kidneys to the bladder.
a tube, the ureter connects the kidneys to the bladder. Then the urethra goes from the bladder outwards
The ureter connects to the kidney at the renal pelvis.
They are on different parts of the bladder; each ureter connects near the top/sides of the bladder; the urethra starts at the lower part of the bladder. The Ureter connects the kidneys to the bladder. The urethra connects the bladder to the outside world.
What is physiologic activity in kidney and urinary bladder
The kidneys act as a filter to remove toxins (harmful materials) from our blood. There are two ureters (one for each kidney) which connect the kidneys to the bladder. Urine passes from the kidney where it is stored temporarily in the bladder. A urethra connects to the bladder and opens on the outside of our bodies, allowing the stored urine to be eliminated when we urinate (pee).
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.
The kidney helps filter the urine and then stores the urine in the bladder until needed.
The ureters connect the kidneys to the bladder.
There are two tubes that run from the kidneys to the bladder (one tube per kidney). These are the ureters.
No. Insulin is produced in the liver and stored in gall bladder. Therefore, it is released by the gall bladder not the kidney.
The tube that travels from the kidney to the bladder is called the ureter, not to be confused with the tube that travels from the bladder to the exit point from the body, which is called the urethra.
The tubes leading from the kidney to the urinary bladder are the ureters. A related structure, the urethra, carries urine from the bladder to the body's exterior.
The ureter from the kidney to the bladder, then the urethra from the bladder to the exit.
Bladder is not situated below the kidney. It was situated posterior to the kidney. You have adapted the erect posture and so bladder came below the kidney. Actually it was posterior because it was convenient to have it near the outlet.