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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.

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Through what vessel does blood exit the kidney?

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What connects the kidney and the bladder?

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What is the small depression on the medial border of the kidney through which the blood vessels and ureter enter?

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What connects the kidneys and the bladder?

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What connects the kidney and urinary bladder?

The ureter connects the kidney and the urinary bladder.


What tubelike structure connects the kidney to the bladder?

Ureter. The urethra connects the bladder to the outside world.


What vessels take blood to the kidneys?

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What is the difference between the ureter and the urethra?

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What is renal ratio?

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What is the structure that connects the bladder to the kidneys?

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What connects the bladder and kidney?

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What structure conveys urine to the renal pelvis?

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What is the area of the kidney where the renal blood vessels and the ureter are attached to the kidney?

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Where is the renal system located?

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