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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

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The excretory organs are made up of four parts. Generallythe organs function to cleanse the blood from toxic, ions andminerals not wanted by the body. These organs are crucial inbalancing the ions for processes in the body. The structure inthis system are:-a. The two kidneysb. The two uretersc. One urinary bladderd. One urethraThe kidney is situated behind the waist in thelumbar area. The kidney functions to control the composition,the content of the blood glucose and vitamin D.
The ureter is situated below the kidney. The ureter joins the kidney to the urinary bladder. Among others, itfunctions to channel urine from the kidney to the urinarybladders every 1 to 5 minutes.The urinary bladder is situated in the pelvic cavitywhich is in front of the rectum. For an adult, the urinarybladder can contain/store around 700-800ml. It functions tostore urine before releasing it.The urethra is the last part of the excretory system.It is situated behind the pubic pelvis. It functions to channelurine from the body.
Table 4.1: Connections between the organs, structures and functions.
ElectromagnetstructureOrgans Function
1) Line P5 RP
- Kidney -Filters blood
 2) Points SM-A 39,40 and 41
- Ureter -Channels urineto bladder
 3) Point SA 28
-Urinary bladder -Stores urine
 4) Ring MR 10-
Nerves -Motor and sensory
 5) Ring MR 13
-Blood vessel -Supplies food
There are several electromagnetic structures existingand representing these organs in the excretory system.(Refer figure 4.1 and 4.2)a)
Line P5 RP
: Situated in the centre of the waist. This linerepresents the kidney.b)
Points SM-A 39, 40, 41
: Situated beside the line B5 SP.Point SM-A 39 represents the adrenal gland and together withpoints SM 40,41 which represents the ureter.c)
Point SA 28
: Situated in the centre of the pubic. This pointrepresents the urinary bladder.d)
Ring MR 10
: Situated in the centre above the buttocks.Generally this ring represents the nerve.e)
Ring MR 13:
This ring is situated above the abdomen andrepresents the blood vessel in the excretory organs area.

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