The Urinary Tract System: What Urologists Treat

The Urinary Tract System: What Urologists Treat

by Jeetendra Kumar (SU)
The urinary tract system is responsible for removing waste and excess water from the body. It consists of the bladder, kidneys, two ureters, and urethra. The kidneys filter blood and remove waste products, which are then excreted in the urine. The ureters then carry the urine to the bladder, where the bladder stores it until it is ready to be expelled through the urethra.