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Urinary System NWHSU

Urinary system for general anatomy 2

Tubular structure present at the junction of only the inferolateral and superior surfaces of the bladder. Median umbilical ligament
Specific cup-like structures which surround the apices of the renal pyramids only. Calyces
Component of renal fascia immediately internal to pararenal fat. Internal renal fascia
Pouch immediately posterior to the female bladder. Vesicouterine pouch
Name two nerves that are posteriorly related to the kidneys. Subcostal, iliohypogastric, ilioinguinal
Name four muscles related posteriorly to the kidneys. Psoas major, quadratic lumborum, transversus abdominus, respiratory diaphragm
Name given to the majority of smooth muscle forming the wall of the bladder. Detrusor muscle
Specific bladder surfaces which meet at its neck. Inferolateral and posterior surfaces
Besides the suprarenal gland, give two structures related anteriorly with the right kidney. 2nd part of duodenum, right colic flexure, liver
Potential space anterior to bladder. Retropubic space
Pouch immediately posterior to male bladder. Rectovesical pouch
Give the bony posterior relations of the left kidney. 11th and 12th ribs
Give the capacity of undistended bladder. 500 ml
Give the venous drainage of female bladder. Vesical-vaginal plexus to internal iliac vein
Give the arteries to bladder directly from the internal iliac. Superior, middle, and inferior vesical arteries
Created by: sdschwartz