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The ureters connect the kidneys to the bladder.

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What connects the kidneys and the bladder?

a tube, the ureter connects the kidneys to the bladder. Then the urethra goes from the bladder outwards


Which structure connects the kidney to the urinary bladder?

The ureters connect the two systems together by draining the urine from the kidneys into the bladder.


What tubelike structure connects the kidney to the bladder?

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


What tube is in kidneys?

The ureter is a "tube" that connects the kidney to the bladder.



What is the difference between the ureter and the urethra?

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 does a ureter look like?

It is a narrow tube that connects the kidneys to the bladder.




What connects the kidney and the bladder?

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.


What is the structure of the urinary system?

Kidneys, Bladder, Urethra, and the Sphincter Muscles.


Is the kidneys distal to the bladder?

No the kidneys are proximal to the bladder. The urethra is distal to the bladder.


What are the organs of the urinary system?

2 kidneys2 uretersbladderUrethraThe kidneys are located on the back wall of the abdomen at about waist level. The kidneys filter blood that contains wastes collected from cells. In approximately 5 minutes, all of the blood in your body passes through the kidneys.


Which tube acts as a passageway for urine as it is discharged by the body?

The tube is the urethra, which carries urine from the bladder.(Should not be confused with the ureter, a tube that connects the kidneys to the bladder.)


What is the structure and function of the ureter in a cat?

The ureter is a tube connected to the kidneys and bladder in cats. The function of the ureter is to move urine to the bladder.


What structure conveys urine to the renal pelvis?

The kidneys store urine in the renal pelvis. From the kidneys, the urine travels through the ureters and into the bladder. From the bladder, urine is exited from the body via the urethra.


Is the urinary bladder distal to the kidneys?

Yes, the bladder is distal to the kidneys.


What are the functions of the kidneys with ureter?

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).


What connects the kidney and urinary bladder?

The ureter connects the kidney and the urinary bladder.


Is the bladder or the kidneys an organ system?

Yes, the bladder and the kidneys are part of an organ system.


Are the kidneys inferior or superior to bladder?

The kidneys are superior to the bladder. They are right underneath the diaphragm.


Where do kidneys connect to the urinary bladder?

Kidneys do not connect to the urinary bladder directly. They are connected via ureters. Ureters are the tubes that pass from kidneys to urinary bladder. You have pair or kidneys. You have one ureter for each kidney.


What is the structure of the kidneys?

its the structure of the kidneys


What does the ureters do in the excretory system?

The ureters are the tubes that exit the kidneys and connect the kidneys to the urinary bladder. That is how the urine gets in the bladder in the first place. The ureters also act as valves to help reduce the back-pressure on the kidneys from a full bladder.


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