urinary organs


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u·ri·nar·y or·gans

organs involved with the formation, storage, and excretion of urine.
See also: urinary system.
Synonym(s): organa urinaria
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The urinary organs were dissected for macroscopic description in situ and subsequently extracted from the abdominal cavity together with the reproductive organs for ex situ analysis.
By 1825, when the second edition of his book was published, now renamed An Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of Diabetes, Calculus, and Other Affections of The Urinary Organs, most of our present-day knowledge of the composition of urinary stones had been discovered.
Increasing cancer rates for the three tertiles of counties, or a statistically significant increased rate for either the second or the third tertile of counties, were observed for the following cancer sites: salivary gland, esophagus, rectum, pancreas, larynx, prostate, kidney, thyroid, bone and jaw, Hodgkin disease, and all cancers (men); oral cavity and tongue, esophagus, stomach, rectum, liver and gall bladder and bile ducts, pancreas, cervix, bladder, and other urinary organs, secondary or unspecified sites, and all cancers (women).