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Urinary System pp 319-322 | Cite as

Histology, Ultrastructure, Urinary Tract, Mouse

  • Charles H. Frith
  • James W. Townsend
  • Paul H. Ayres
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

Ureter. The ureters originate from the renal pelvis and extend from the hilus of the kidneys to the dorsal neck of the urinary bladder. An intramural part of the ureter courses through the bladder musculature.

Keywords

Urinary Bladder Lamina Propria Transitional Epithelium Bladder Musculature Smooth Muscle Bundle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles H. Frith
  • James W. Townsend
  • Paul H. Ayres

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