Kaiser has described as kidneys two organs something like minute shrubs situated dorsally to the generative ducts into which they open.
The kidneys are enlarged and congested.
Occasionally the fluke migrates into the blood vessels and may reach the lungs, kidneys, urethra and bladder.
Strychnine is eliminated by the kidneys as strychnine and strychnic acid.
It is probable that the kidneys also have an internal secretion, and that the great oedema sometimes found in kidney disease is rather due to the action of some proteid body resembling in its effects the streptococcus anti-toxin, than to accumulation of water due to imperfect action of the kidney.