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  • 1. HUMAN EXCRETORY SYSTEMPresented ByBatch 1
  • 2. Content• Organs And Functions Of Excretory System• Histology Of Kidney• Steps Involves In Urine Formation• Renal Diseases• Skin Structure And Function• Role Of Skin In Excretion• Skin Diseases• Role Of Lungs In Excretion
  • 3. What is excretion ?•Excretion is process of removingwaste materials produced by thebody•Kidneys – filter out excess waterand urea•Skin – excretes water, as sweat,which contains some tracechemical wastes, including urea.•Lungs – filter out carbon dioxide,CO2, from the blood.
  • 4. HUMAN EXCRETORY SYSTEMA Pair Of KidneyA pair of ureterUrinary bladderUrethra
  • 5. FUNCTIONSEXCRETORYSYSTEM
  • 6. Renal diseasesUrinary Tract Infection
  • 7. Kidney infection
  • 8. Kidney stone
  • 9. SKIN STUCTURE
  • 10. SKIN FUNCTIONProtectionExcretionTemperatureRegulationImmunityExcretion
  • 11. ROLE OF SKIN IN EXCRETION
  • 12. Skin diseases
  • 13. Dandruff
  • 14. Burns
  • 15. ROLE OF LUNGS IN EXCRETION

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