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- Waste products from the blood are removed in the kidneys and stored in the bladder as urine.
- This maneuver requires that manual pressure be exerted on the abdomen over the bladder to express the urine.
- A small amount of urine drips constantly from your kidneys to your bladder through tubes called ureters.
- Some men get better by taking medicines that help the way the bladder or prostate gland work.
- Urine is stored in the bladder, which stretches like a balloon as it fills up.
- A woman's pelvic floor supports the bladder, womb and the bowel.
- When you urinate, the muscles around the urethra relax and the bladder tightens to squeeze urine out.
- When you need to pass urine your bladder tells your brain it is full.
- The urine is stored in your bladder, which can expand to accommodate the increasing volume.
- The corpsman donned sterile gloves and then tapped the sailor's lower abdomen verifying the full bladder.
- You are more likely to have bladder infections if your bladder does not empty fully each time you urinate.
- The mass was invading the posterior wall of the bladder and the prostate.
- When the bladder fills, a signal is sent from the bladder to the brain via the spinal cord to initiate the urge to urinate.
- Her bladder woke her up early one morning two weeks later.
- I have a tiny alcohol-affected bladder that forces me to the bathroom two to three times per fine dining experience.
- It was over three hours until the band were on, I wasn't sure if my notoriously thimble-sized bladder would hold out that long.
- Going too often - more than, say eight or nine times a day - could signal an already irritated bladder.
- Even now in our more mature years, the stance is excruciatingly difficult to maintain when one's bladder is especially full.
- My god, I thought, this guy's bladder must be the size of a basketball.
- Children clamored for the pig's bladder, to be used as a balloon.
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- The maximum distance across the grain ranged from 50 to 70 m, and depended on the expansion of the pollen bladders.
- In contrast to some other halophytic plants, S. salsa does not have salt glands or salt bladders on its leaves.
- Other conifers produce pollen with a single bladder.