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Bladder Cancer
...  Constant interaction between between patient and therapists is extremely vital during cancer treatment. The cancer team is usually made up of the oncologist and a urologist, a doctor specializing in urinary system conditions. During surgery, removal of the cancerous cells as well as a small portion of the bladder may be done. This treatment plan is only applicable to those patients who had their  ...

Prostate Cancer
...  progression of the cancer, the patient would most likely probably all of the symptoms below: A general feeling of being ill Dysuria (pain during urination) Uncontrollable urge to urinate A weakened urinary system function Intermittent flow of urine Weight loss partially caused by loss of appetite Pelvic region pain The inability to empty the bladder Persistent and unbearable bone pain  ...

Kidneys
...  slides out of the kidney is known as the ureter. The urethra, on the other hand, is the tube that takes the urine out of the body. Combine all of these organs together and you have your complete urinary system. Homeostasis is another function of the kidney. It aims to achieve chemical balance in the body by balancing the amount of minerals and fluids in our body. It is the job of the kidney  ...

Ejaculatory Duct
...  ejection of several additives to the prostatic urethra. Within it, other secretions are add up to the secretions made by the prostate gland. The male urethra has two functions. It could serve as the urinary system and a part of the reproductive system that allows the urine and semen to pass through. This part of the male reproductive system also tell when the tubular ducts are about to  ...


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