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    The female urogenital tract consists of all the organs involved in reproduction and the formation and release of urine. It includes the kidneys , ureters , bladder , urethra , and the organs of reproduction — uterus , ovaries , fallopian tubes and vagina. The kidneys are bean shaped organs, which help the body produce urine to get rid of unwanted waste substances. When urine is formed, tubes called ureters transport it to the urinary bladder, where it is stored and excreted via the urethra. The uterus or womb is the major female reproductive organ, which supports and nourishes the developing baby. One end of the uterus called the cervix , opens into the vagina, whereas the other is connected on both sides to the fallopian tubes.
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    In both men and women, the urology system is the part of the body that deals with urination. It doesn't take a doctor to know that the urology-related anatomy of men and women look very different, at least from the outside. However, internally, they are similar—the kidneys of both men and women, for example, look and function the same for both genders. But we also differ in some ways, too—women have much shorter ureters the tube that connects your bladder to your urethra and therefore are at greater risk of bladder infections.
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