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can any one explain the kidney function in detail?

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Default can any one explain the kidney function in detail?



if possible can anyone give me a step by step information on how kidney works so i can look at it in the diagram.
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Most of the waste is removed by the Kidney. On its way through the body, blood passes through the kidneys. Inside there are millions on tiny filters that remove wast, water, glucose and minerals from the blood. The water, glucose, and mineral are returned to the blood, leaving behind only the waste. The waste, called urine, passes through a tube and into the bladder for storage. When it is full, the bladder contracts, pushing urine out of the body.
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