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Bladder ( +2 )

Introduction The prostate gland is situated beneath the urinary bladder and it encircles the urethra, the tube along the penis through which urine flows from the bladder. It contains glands, muscles and fibrous tissue. As part of the male reproductive system it produces part of the semen which nourishes, lubricates ...
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Introduction Urine formed in the kidneys flow through tubular structures called ureters into the bladder before being expelled. Urinary stones or calculi can be found anywhere in the kidneys, ureter or bladder. In Malaysia they are commonly found in the upper urinary tract (kidney and ureter). The prevalence of urinary ...
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