What Does the Urinary System Do?


The urinary system are the organs, nerves, muscles and tubes that work or co-exist together in order to carry, create and store urine. The urinary system is made up of the two ureters, two kidneys, the urethra, the bladder and two sphincter muscles.
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The urinary system is responsible for producing, transporting, and storing urine.
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