The Urinary Tract
The Human Urine system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, one urine bladder and one urethra (aperture). The urine synthesis in kidneys, runs through ureters and collected in the bladder that is eliminated through urethra.
Kidney is the major organ in our excretory system that continuously filters blood and formats urine. Urine consisting of waste product excretes from our body through urinary tract. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs located below the ribs toward the middle of the back, one on each side of the spine. Each kidney is approximately 11 to14 cm in length, 6 cm wide and 4 cm thick. Besides removing extra water and wastes from the blood in order to produce urine, Kidneys also keep a stable balance of salts and other substances in the blood. The kidneys produce hormones that stimulate the formation of red blood cells in our bone marrow and also build bones strong.
Like Kidneys, there are two ureters are found in human being connecting each to the kidney on one side and urinary bladder to other side. These ureters are tiny tube like structure in which urine passes through out to urine bladder.
Urinary Bladder is a balloon like structure that is connected to two ureters on each side. The muscles of urinary functions like elastic as empty urinary bladder stays in wrinkle form and gradually become flatten as it is filled up with urine. The collected urine is expelled from urethra; the opening of urinary tract.