Surgery for Renal Disease

The essential organs known as kidneys, shaped like beans, play a crucial role in sustaining life. Positioned behind the abdominal organs and beneath the rib cage on either side of the spine, the kidneys serve various vital functions. They filter blood to eliminate waste products generated from regular bodily processes, expelling these byproducts from the body through urine, and selectively reabsorbing water and essential chemicals. Additionally, the kidneys release hormones to regulate blood pressure, including erythropoietin, which stimulates the production of red blood cells. The kidneys produce urine, which is then transported to the bladder via the ureters. The bladder functions as a reservoir for urine, and the body triggers the production of urine when it senses the bladder is full.

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