Kidneys

organs which produce urine by excreting blood plasma and then resorbing important chemicals. Glucose and proteins are especially well resorbed, such that the presence of either is evidence of serious problems. Possibly including diabetes. The remainder is urine.
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Kidneys

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kidneys

kidneys: see urinary system.
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Kidneys

organs involved in excretion and regulation of water balance
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Kidneys

organs involved in excretion and regulation of water balance
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Kidneys

Organs used to clean the blood and make urine.
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Kidneys

organs which produce urine by excreting blood plasma and then resorbing important chemicals. The remainder is urine.
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Kidneys

Reddish, jelly bean-shaped body organs. Most people have two kidneys but people can live with one. The kidneys are in the lower back just under the bottom of the rib cage. A kidney is about the size of your fist. The kidneys are very important because they remove waste and fluid from the body and produce urine (wee). They also help to:
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kidneys

the two bean-shaped organs that filter wastes from the blood and form urine. The kidneys are located near the middle of the back.
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Kidneys

The two organs located deep in the body on either side of the backbone near the waistline in which the urine is formed.
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