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Urinogenital

urogenital: of or pertaining to the urinary and the reproductive systems.

urogenital systems:the urinary and the genital organs and the associated structures that develop in the fetus to form the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, the urethra, and the genital structures of the male and female. in women these are ovaries, the uterine tubes, the uterus, the clitoris, and the vagina. In men these are the testes, the seminical vesicles, the seminal ducts, the prostrate and the penis.

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... mucous which in respiratory surfaces is moved out of the body by the movement of ciliated cells. However, in other areas like the GI tract and the urinogenital tracts the huge amounts of fluids found here just wash off/away the dead cells.

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