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Nieren

  • Hans Henrik Holm
  • Jørgen Kvist Kristensen
  • Sten Nørby Rasmussen
  • Jan Fog Pedersen
  • Søren Hancke
  • Flemming Jensen
  • Jens Gammelgaard
  • Edward H. Smith

Zusammenfassung

Die Nieren liegen als paarige Organe retroperitoneal im oberen Abdomen, beidseits der Wirbelsäule (Abb. 8.1). Die Niere ist etwa 11–12 cm lang, 5–6 cm breit und 3–4 cm tief. Die Längsachse der Niere bildet mit der Körperlängsachse einen nach unten offenen Winkel von etwa 10°. Mit der Frontalebene bildet die Niere einen ebenfalls nach unten offenen Winkel von etwa 15° (Abb. 8.6). Die Transversalachse der Niere bildet mit der Frontalebene einen nach dorsal-lateral offenen Winkel von 30–45° (Abb. 8.5).

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© Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag, GmbH & Co. KG, Darmstadt 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • Hans Henrik Holm
  • Jørgen Kvist Kristensen
  • Sten Nørby Rasmussen
  • Jan Fog Pedersen
  • Søren Hancke
  • Flemming Jensen
  • Jens Gammelgaard
  • Edward H. Smith

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