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Urinary System

Chris nobles

Learn how the urinary system operates.

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Across
2.Balance of the body which the kidneys are responsible for.
4.Tube that leads from the urinary bladder to outside the body.
10.Involuntary discharge of urine after the age by which bladder control should be established.
11.Small, biologically important molecules such as sodium, potassium, chloride, and bicarbonate.
13.X-ray record of the renal pelvis.
16.Producing too little urine.
18.Where the renal artery enters and the renal veinleaves the kidneys.
19.Carries blood away from the glomerulus.
21.Pertaining to the kidney.
23.Protects us from havin gour bladder empty at the wrong time.
24.Outer portion of the kidney.
25.Presence of bacteria in the urine.
26.Duct that connects renal papilla to renal pelvis; urine flows from.
Down
1.Using an artificial kidney machine that filters the blood of the person to remove waste products.
3.Pertaining to the ureter.
5.Urinary bladder pain.
6.Made up of water, electrolytes and nutrients, such as glucose, amini acids, wastes and toxins.
7.Medication that increases the volume of urine produced by the kidney.
8.External opening through which urine passes out of the body.
9.Delivers the blood that is full of waste products to the kidneys.
12.Pertaining to the bladder.
14.Opens on demand to allow intentional emptying of the bladder.
15.Organ that stores urine.
17.Bladder stone.
18.Blood in the urine.
20.The pressure of the blood flowing through the glomerulus forces material out of the bloodstream, through the wall of the glomerular capsule and into the renal tubules.
22.Dificult or painful urination.

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