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Definition of kidney:
- either of two bean- shaped excretory organs that filter wastes ( especially urea) from the blood and excrete them and water in urine; urine passes out of the kidney through ureters to the bladder
- A glandular organ which excretes urea and other waste products from the animal body; a urinary gland.
- Habit; disposition; sort; kind.
- A waiter.
- One of the two organs which excrete the urine. The kidneys are bean- shaped organs, about 4 1/ 2 in. in length, 2 in. in width, and 1 1/ 4 in. in thickness, lying on either side of the spinal column, behind the peritoneum, about opposite the twelfth thoracic and first three lumbar vertebrae. At the inner edge of each kidney is a concave depression, the hylus, where the vessels and nerves enter and leave the organs and where the ureter emerges; the hylus leads into the renal sinus, a hollow containing the pelvis and calyces and the branching blood- vessels. The kidney is enclosed in a fibrous envelope, the capsule, which dips into the sinus at the hilus. The substance of the organ is divided into cortex and medulla; the former is darker colored and more granular in appearance than the latter; it contains the Malpighian corpuscles and most of the convoluted tubules; the medulla is lighter in color and striated and contains the majority of the straight tubules; it is formed of the pyramids whose bases rest in the cortex and whose apices are the renal papillae at which point the central collecting tubule opens into a calyx, this in turn emptying into the pelvis of the kidney from which the water passes into the ureter and so reaches the urinary bladder. The pyramids are made up of tubules; each tubule begins at the glomerulus, or Malpighian corpuscle, in the cortex; it is first convoluted, then enters the pyramid, passing down toward the papilla, near which it turns back on itself, the turn being called Henle's loop, it then ascends to the cortex, where it is again convoluted ( being called the irregular tubule), and returns to the pyramid in the center of which it empties into the straight collecting tube, which terminates, usually after uniting with others, at the apex of the papilla. Projections of masses of tubules pass up into the cortex, being known as medullary rays, while the cortical substance often passes down between the pyramids, forming the so- called columns of Berlin; the cortical substance between the medullary rays is also called the labyrinth.
- One of two flattened glands, on each side of the loins, which secrete the urine.
- Gland which excretes the urine.
- A glandular organ that secretes urine.
- One of two oblong flattened glands, situated in the rear region of the loins, and embedded in fatty tissue, which secrete the urine and pass it into the bladder; anything like a kidney; sort, kind, or disposition; humour; a waiting servant.
- [ Anglo-Saxon] Nephros; paired organ which elaborates and excretes urine.