Anatomy Of The Kidneys - InfoBarrel

The kidneys are very important because it is the main organ responsible for excreting wastes primarily in the urinary system. They have different functions especially those involving regulation of body processes. It is a very important part of the urinary system because it helps in maintaining the homeostasis of the body due to the fact that it maintains acid-base balance together with its ability to regulate fluids, electrolytes, and even your blood pressure. The kidneys are known to be the main filters of the blood when it comes to waste removal. These wastes are eventually sent to the urinary bladder so that they can be excreted from the body in the form of urine. The most common wastes excreted by the kidneys include urea and ammonia.

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