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Ureter,Bladder EXAM3

Gross Anatomy - Ureter, Bladder, Exam 3

ureter crossed anteriorly by gonadal vessels
ureter angles as enters bladder posteriorly
ureter acts like sphincter to prevent retrograde flow from bladder
bladder is inferior to peritoneum
bladder separated from pubic bones by retropubic space
bladder is highly mobile except for neck - held by pubprostatic lig. in male & pubovesical lig. in female
bladder extends into false pelvis anterior to peritoneum when full
parts of bladde apex, body, fundus, neck, detrussor m., trigone
trigone area of greatest sensitivity, defined by openings for ureters & urethra
Male uretha Preprostatic
prepostatic in neck of bladder
prostatic widest portion
intermediate or membranous passes through extrenal sphincter & perineal membrance, narrowest portion
Created by: JYarger