... get out of the intestinal tract and into the urinary
tract , they can cause an infection sometimes ... of bacteria into the bladder. However urinary
tract infection is seen in both males and females ... all ages. Since bacteria invariably enter the urinary
tract through the urethra, poor toilet hygiene ...
... organs in vertebrates . Part of the urinary
system , the kidneys filter wastes (especially ... They consist of lines of blood vessels and urinary
tubes and a fibrous material.
renal sinus : ...
Congenital obstruction of urinary
... ), the digestive system (e.g. irritable bowel syndrome ) and the urinary
tract (e.g. urinary
incontinence ). These disease processes are not usually confined to the ...
... While urine and feces are both waste material of body processes, they are in completely different categories. Urine is a waste product of the urinary
system process while feces are waste products of the digestive system. Feces may contain about one-third bacteria , most of which are harmless, ...
... fluid becomes urine which travels down collecting ducts to the medullary region of the kidney.
excretion - the urine (in mammals) is stored in the urinary
bladder and exits via the urethra; in other vertebrates the urine mixes with other wastes in the cloaca before leaving the body; ( frogs also have a ...