The Bladder

The urinary tract system is one of the main organs that make up the bladder. It has two primary roles: urine storage and voiding. In basic words, via the ureter, the kidneys drain their contents into the bladder where urine is deposited before emptying. This organ plays a vital role in keeping urine flowing in the right direction, stopping urine from flowing back into the kidneys. This external flow ensures that waste material is regularly removed from the urinary tract. If, because of inflammation, stones or tumours, it does not work properly, a urologist is also consulted to treat these conditions.


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