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Which organs glands are important in regulating water output?

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The organs and glands that play vital roles in regulating water output in the body are the kidneys, the endocrine glands, and the hypothalamus. The kidneys are responsible for filtering blood and removing excess water from the body as urine. The endocrine glands, such as the pituitary gland and adrenal glands, produce hormones that help regulate water balance by controlling urine production and thirst.

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