What is the function and structure of the ureters?


URETERS: Function: It is the tube that carries urine from kidney to the bladder. Structure: It orignates from the base of the kidney and terminates in the base of the bladder. Each kidney has one ureter measuriing from 28 to 34 cm long, the right one
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