Welcome to... A Game of X`s and O`s

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Welcome to...
A Game of X’s and O’s
Mark E. Damon
Created this program
© 2000 - All rights Reserved
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Urinary System
Our bodies produce several kinds of wastes,
including sweat, carbon dioxide gas, feces (also
known as stool), and urine (pee). These wastes exit
the body in different ways: Sweat is released
through pores (tiny holes) in the skin. Water vapor
and carbon dioxide are exhaled (breathed out)
from the lungs. And undigested food materials are
formed into feces in the intestines and excreted
from the body as solid waste in bowel movements.
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Scoreboard
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Click Here if
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Each of the nephrons contains a filter called the
____________, which contains a network of tiny blood
vessels known as capillaries.
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Glomerulus
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_______ are tubes that carry the urine out of each kidney to
be stored in the urinary bladder — a muscular collection sac
in the lower abdomen.
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Ureters
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The urine is ejected from the bladder and out of the body through
the ___________
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Urethra
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Acute kidney failure may be due to bacterial infection, injury,
shock, heart failure, poisoning, or drug overdose. Treatment
includes correcting the problem that led to the failure and
sometimes requires surgery or _________
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Dialysis
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When a person is ready to urinate, the bladder walls contract
and the sphincter relaxes.
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Sphincter
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The ______ pelvis, located near the hilus, collects the urine
flowing from the calyxes.
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Renal
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Urine also contains _________, a pigmented blood product
that gives urine its yellowish color.
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Urochrome
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The kidneys also secrete a hormone called _____________,
which stimulates and controls the body's red blood cell
production
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Erythropoietin
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Urine, which is produced by the _________, contains the byproducts of our body's metabolism — salts, toxins, and water
that end up in our blood.
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Kidneys