Chapter 11 - Urinary

Chapter 11 - Urinary - and medulla Wall Structure – 3...

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Chapter 11: Urinary System
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Urinary System Major Organs Kidneys Ureters Urinary Bladder Urethra Major Functions Filtration of Blood Elimination of Wastes Water Balance pH Balance Salt Balance
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Kidneys MMW 23.1
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Position of the Kidneys MMW 23.2 The kidneys and ureters are primarily retroperitoneal – they NEVER had a mesentery!
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MMW 23.3 Know structures and vessels
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Kidney – find as many structures as you can
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Kidney: cortex medulla
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MMW 23.4 Look at model U1
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MMW 23.6 Kidney - glomerulus
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The cortex has glomeruli and CTs
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Kidney – distal convoluted tubules Note the cuboidal epithelium
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Note the columnar epithelium Kidney – collecting duct Collecting ducts are in the cortex
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Unformatted text preview: and medulla Wall Structure – 3 layers 1. Mucosa – transitional epithelium 2. Muscularis – two muscle layers (inner longitudinal & outer circular*) 3. Adventitia *except last 1/3, which has a third, outermost layer of longitudinal MMW 23.13 Ureter Ureter Longitudinal muscle Circular muscle Adventitia Transitional epithelium Ureter – spot the transitional epithelium MMW 23.14 Urinary Bladder MMW 23.16 Urinary Bladder Three layers of smooth muscle: longitudinal, circular, longitudinal (like last 1/3 of the ureters) Urinary Bladder L C L Urinary Bladder MMW 23.17 Urethra – 3 regions in males only Male Female...
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2009 for the course IB 131L taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '09 term at Berkeley.

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