They were drying rabbit ears, brains, kidneys, and tongues for one of the courses.
PCBs have been shown to have chronically toxic effects on the thyroid, stomach, liver, kidneys, and immune system.
He became delirious, his heartbeat grew ragged, his blood teemed with the virus, and his lungs, liver and kidneys began to fail.
They found 30 attempts for donors to pay for kidneys through the registry, and each of these users was banned from the site.
She endured multiple surgeries; doctors removed one of her kidneys and other vital organs.
There have been, however, various and indisputable evidences of hairs found in the kidneys, and voided by natural discharge.
Some of these toxins are excreted unoxidized by the kidneys.
Hence additional work is thrown upon other organs, chiefly the lungs and the kidneys, which already have enough to do.
The kidneys were thicker, and more irregular in form, than is common.
I have compared the permanent kidneys to the lower portion of the kidneys of Selachians.
kidney kid·ney (kĭd'nē)
n. pl. kid·neys
Either of a pair of organs in the dorsal region of the vertebrate abdominal cavity, functioning to maintain proper water and electrolyte balance, regulate acid-base concentration, and filter the blood of metabolic wastes, which are then excreted as urine.
Either of a pair of organs that are located in the rear of the abdominal cavity in vertebrates. The kidneys regulate fluid balance in the body and filter out wastes from the blood in the form of urine. The functional unit of the kidney is the nephron. Wastes filtered from the blood by the nephrons drain into the ureters, muscular tubes that connect each kidney to the bladder. See also nephron.
A pair of organs, the principal parts of the excretory system, located above the waistline at the back of the abdominal cavity. The kidneys filter waste materials from the blood, excreting these wastes in the form of urine; they also regulate the amounts of water and other chemicals in body fluids.