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What's the difference between and child/adult's Urine?

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Is there an obvious difference between a child's urine and an adult's urine?

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replied September 19th, 2006
Urinary & Bladder Disorders Answer A1478
Urine is a product of the kidneys; it is a liquid excretion from this organ. In normal instances, in both adults and children, the urine has the same characteristics. In newborns, the concentration of urinary acid salts is higher so the urine’s color is more orange.
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