Which blood vessel carries blood from the kidneys back to the heart?

The renal vein leaves the kidneys and carries the blood back to the heart. Since the kidneys extract the nitrogenous metabolic wastes, the renal vein will therefore have the least amount of nitrogenous metabolic wastes as well. The hepatic artery and vein carry blood into and out of the liver respectively.

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