1 Renal arteries. Arteriae renales.

2 Interlobar arteries. Arteriae interlobares. Arteries that run between the pyramids. B

3 Arcuate arteries. Arteriae arcuatae. Arising from the interlobar arteries, they take an arched course along the medullo-cortical border. B

4 Interlobular arteries. Arteriae interlobulares. Radially oriented branches of the arcuate arteries lying between two medullary rays. B

5 Afferent glomerular arteriole. Arteriola glomeru-laris afferens (vas afferens). Arteriole arising from an interlobular artery and entering a renal corpuscle where it subdivides to form the capillary tuft (glomerulus). B

6 Efferent glomerular arteriole. Arteriola glomeru-laris efferens (vas efferens). Arteriole leaving the glomerulus and forming a capillary network between the convoluted tubules. B

7 Capsular branches. Rami capsulares. Small arteries passing from the cortex to the capsule. B

8 Straight arterioles. Arteriolae rectae (vasa recta). Straight vessels coursing from the efferent glomerular arterioles to the capillary network of the tubules or coming from the arcuate arteries into the medulla. B

9 Renal veins. Venae renales.

10 Interlobar veins. Venae interlobares. Veins coming from the periphery between the renal pyramids. B

11 Arcuate veins. Venae arcuatae. Veins that run an arched course along the corticomedullary border. B

12 Interlobular veins. Venae interlobulares. Lobular veins corresponding to the interlobular arteries. B

13 Straight venules. Venulae rectae. Fine veins in the medullary substance which open into the arcuate veins. B

14 Stellate venules. Venulae stellatae. Veins forming a stellate network beneath the capsule and emptying into the interlobular veins. B

15 Renal pelvis. Pelvis renalis. Funnel-shaped beginning of the ureter occupying the renal hilum. A

16 Renal calices. Calices renales. More or less long tubular processes of the renal pelvis that drain the renal papillae. A

17 Major calices of kidney. Calices renales majores. Two to three primary tubular diverticula of the renal pelvis. A

18 Minor calices of kidney. Calices renales minores. Seven to 13 calices formed by further division of the major calices. Each receives a renal papilla. A

19 Ureter. Excretory duct of the kidney situated retroperitoneally. It connects the renal pelvis with the urinary bladder. A C

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20 Abdominal part of ureter. Pars abdominalis. Part of ureter that extends from the renal pelvis to the terminal line of the pelvis.

21 Pelvic part of ureter. Pars pelvica. Part of ureter that extends from the terminal line to the urinary bladder.

22 Tunica adventitia. Superficial connective tissue which unites the ureter with the surrounding tissues and permits ureteral mobility. C

23 Tunica muscularis. Muscular layer in the wall of the ureter. C

24 Tunica mucosa. Mucous membrane lined by transitional epithelium with underlying connective tissue. C

25 Urinary bladder. Vesica urinaria. Receptacle that holds about 350-500 ml or more of urine. D

26 Apex of urinary bladder. Apex vesicae (vesi-calis). Anterosuperiorly directed apical portion of urinary bladder. D

27 Body of urinary bladder. Corpus vesicae. Portion of the urinary bladder situated between the fundus and apex. D

28 Fundus of urinary bladder. Fundus vesicae. Posterior wall of the urinary bladder lying opposite to the apex, specifically in its lower segment between the ureters. D

29 Cervix (neck) or urinary bladder. Cervix ves-icae. The urethra arises from it. D

30 Median umbilical ligament. Lig. umbilicale medianum. Fibrous cord derived from the ura-chus; it extends from the apex of the bladder to the umbilicus. D

31 Urachus. Connecting passage between the cloaca and allantois present only during embryonic development.

1 Tunica serosa. Peritoneal covering of the uri- 24 nary bladder. C

2 Tela subserosa. Connective tissue layer beneath the serosa of the urinary bladder. C

3 Tunica muscularis. Entire musculature of the urinary bladder with the following four parts.

4 Detrusor muscle of bladder. Musculus detrusor vesicae. True musculature of the wall of the bladder. It consists of an inner and outer 27 longitudinal layer as well as a middle circular layer. B C

5 M. pubovesicalis. Smooth muscle extending 28 from the lower portion of the pubic symphysis to the neck of the bladder. A

16 M. rectovesicalis. Smooth muscle passing from the longitudinal musculature of the rectum to the lateral base (fundus) of the bladder. A

7 M. rectourethralis. Smooth muscle extending from the longitudinal musculesofthe rectum to the urethra in males. See p. 126.22 A

8 Tela submucosa. Connective tissue layer 31 beneath the mucosa of the bladder. It is absent in the trigone. C

9 Tunica mucosa. Mucous membrane of the urinary bladder. It is lined by transitional 32 epithelium. C

10 Trigone of bladder. Trigonum vesicae. Triangular region between the openings of the ureters and the exit site of the urethra. Here the mucosa is firmly united with the muscularis and consequently there are no folds. B

11 Interureteric ridge. Plica interureterica.Trans-verse mucosal fold between the two ureteric openings. B

12 Ostium ureteris. Slit-like opening of the ureter. B

13 Ostium urethrae internum. Initial portion of the urethra at the anterior apex of the trigone. B

14 Uvula of bladder. Uvula vesicae. Sagittal ridge located behind the urethral opening and above the middle lobe of the prostate. B

15 INTERNAL MALE GENITALIA: Organa genitalia masculina interna.

16 Testis (Orchis). It measures about 5 cm in length. D E

17 Superior end of testis. Extremitas superior. D

18 Inferior end of testis. Extremitas inferior. D

19 Lateral, flattened surface of testis. Facies later-alis. D

20 Medial, flattened surface of testis. Facies medialis. D

21 Anterior, free margin of testis. Margo anterior. D

22 Posterior margin of testis. Margo posterior, attached to a serous reflected fold. D

23 Tunica vaginalis testis. Serous covering of the testis formed developmentally by the vaginal process of the peritoneum. See also p. 162.1-6

Tunica albuginea. Tough connective tissue capsule of the testis. D

Mediastinum testis. Connective tissue mass projecting into the interior of the testis from the posterior margin of the tunica albuginea. D Septa of testis. Septula testis. Connective tissue partitions radiating out from the mediastinum to the tunica albuginea. D E Lobules of testis. Lobuli testis. Compartmentalized lobules of testicular parenchyma formed by the septa. D E

Parenchyma testis. Specific testicular tissue made up of seminiferous tubules. D Convoluted seminiferous tubules. Tubuli sem-iniferi contorti. Tortuous testicular tubules which occupy the lobules of the testis. E Straight seminiferous tubules. Tubuli semi-niferi recti. Short straight tubules extending from the convoluted seminiferous tubules to the rete testis. E

Rete testis. Network of canals within the mediastinum testis. Lined by simple cuboidal epithelium,they connect the straight seminiferous tubules with the efferent ductules. E Efferent ductules of testis. Ductuli efferentes testis. 10-12 ductulus between the rete testis and the duct of the epididymis. D E

57 ß Muscles of neck of urinary bladder

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