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BIO 183 McCague File-024 Moraine Valley Community College Excretory System Abdomen Kidney and Suprarenal Glands Posterior Abdominal Wall Perineum Boundaries and Landmarks Anal Triangle Urogenital triangle Male Urethra Pelvis Ureter and Urinary Bladder Be able to locate and identify the following anatomical features on the human cadaver and/or human models. Urinary Organs Paired Kidneys Paired Ureters Urinary Bladder Urethra Details of the Urinary organs and structures location retroperitoneal to abdominal cavity on either side of the vertebral column – kidneys. Kidney size 11.25 cm long 5 – 7 cm wide 2 – 5 cm thick Lateral border Medial border Hilus Renal sinus Anterior surface Posterior surface Superior extremity Inferior extremity Adipose capsule Fibrous capsule Kidney segments: superior, anterior superior, anterior inferior, inferior and posterior segments Renal tubules: convoluted, straight Renal cortex: pars radiata, pars convoluta 1
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Unformatted text preview: Renal medulla Renal pyramids Base of the pyramids Renal papillae Cribriform area Renal columns Renal corpuscles Glomeruli Renal pelvis Major renal calices Minor renal calices Renal arteries Inter lobar arteries Arcuate arteries Inter lobular arteries Afferent vessel Efferent vessel Capsular branches Straight arterioles Inter lobar veins Arcuate veins Inter lobular veins Straight venules Stellate venules Renal veins Ureter abdominal part, pelvic part Urinary bladder Apex of bladder Body of bladder Fundus of bladder Neck of bladder Median umbilical ligament Pubovesical muscle Rectovesical muscle Rectourethral muscle Vesical trigone Uvula of bladder Inter ureteric fold Ureteric orifice Internal urethral orifice Corpus spongiosum urethra Iliopsoas muscle composed of the iliac muscle, greater psoas muscle (major) and lesser psoas muscle (minor) Iliacus muscle Quadratus lumborum muscle 2...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course BIO 119 taught by Professor Stevendroho during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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