General anatomy of the reproductive urinary system
The two urinary and reproductive systems are closely related to each other in terms of embryonic as well as anatomical. Especially, the reproductive system always has similarities and differences between the two sexes in terms of organs and organs. part of this system
The urinary system is the organ responsible for excretion, production and excretion of urine and some substances produced by metabolism. Thereby maintaining the homeostasis, in addition to having a hormonal role because the kidneys secrete renin, which is responsible for regulating blood pressure and erythropoietin helps in the production of red blood cells.
The urinary system is composed of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.
The reproductive system of both men and women has two functions: exocrine, sperm or oocyte secretion and endocrine, male or female hormone secretion.
The urinary and reproductive systems are closely related in terms of embryonic and anatomical aspects. Especially, the reproductive system always has similarities and differences between the two sexes in terms of organs and parts of this system.
Figure. Urinary and reproductive system
1.Male B. Female