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final for urinary

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connective tissue sac around the kidney Renal Capsule
Outer portion of the kidney Renal Cortex
Inner portion of kidney Renal Medulla
delivers unfiltered oxygenated blood to the kidney Renal Artery
Carries filtered deoxygenated blood from the kidney to bloodstream. Renal Veins
Area where the renal artery, renal vein , and ureter enter or exit the kidney. Renal Hilus
Funnel shaped area in center of kidney to collect urine as it is made. Renal Pelvis
Cup like structures that drain urine from the medullary pyramids into the renal pelvis Renal Calyx
Triangular areas in the renal medulla that contain the renal tubules. Medullary Pyramids
Basic funtional unit of the kidney. three parts,Glomerulus, Bowmans capsule, Renal tubule Nephron
Coiled ball of capillaries that filters the blood. Glomerulus
Cup like area around the glomerulus that collects the filteration. Water and dissolved substances are filtered out of the glomerulus, proteins,RBC,WBC,and platelets are left in the glomerulus. Bowman's Capsule
Long tube with capillaries wrapped around it where water and dissolved substances move back into the blood stream. This structure finely tunes the concentration of substances in both the blood and the urine Renal Tubule
A hormone secreted by the kidney that regulates blood pressure. Renin
A hormone secreted by the kidney that stimulates the Red Bone marrow to produce RBCs Erythropoietin
Long musculomembranous tube that carries urine from the kidney to the bladder Ureter
Wavelike muscle contraction that propels urine through the ureter. Peristalsis
Musculomembranous sac that holds and expel urine. Bladder
folds of mucous membranes in the bladder that allow the expansion. Rugae
Musculomembranous tube that carries urine out of the body Urethra
Expelling urine from the bladder Voiding/Urinaiton
A stretch reflex in the bladder and a motor msg comes back from the spinal cord causing detrusor muscle to contract and push urine out of the bladder This is where urination starts
Smooth muscle (involunary) starts to open and creates the urge to urinate Internal sprincters at the base of the bladder is?
Voluntary skeletal muscle is what we learn to control in toilet training. External Sphincter is
Created by: vfinley2009