Gross Structure of Kidney Anatomy - pediagenosis
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Gross Structure of Kidney Anatomy

Gross Structure of Kidney Anatomy
Superior pole, Lateral border, Anterior surface of right kidney, Renal capsule (cut and peeled back), Medial border, Hilum, Renal artery, Renal vein, Renal pelvis, Medial border, Ureter, Stellate veins visible through capsule, Inferior pole, Cortex, Medulla (pyramids),

Renal papilla, Renal column (of Bertin), Base of pyramid, Right kidney sectioned in several planes, exposing parenchyma and renal pelvis, Renal capsule, Suprarenal gland and lobulated kidney of infant, Minor calyces, Blood vessels entering renal parenchyma, Renal sinus, Major calyces, Renal pelvis, Fat in renal sinus, Minor calyces, Ureter.
Gross Structure of Kidney Anatomy

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