Describe the Structure of Human Kidney
Structure of Human Kidney
External Structure of Kidney:
- i) Kidneys are found attached to dorsal body wall in abdominal cavity.
- ii) Kidney is bean shaped and enclosed in fatty membrane called capsule.
iii) The depression in the center is called hilus. It provide a space to renal artery, renal veins and nerves to enter and leave the kidney.
Internal Structure of Kidney:
It consists of three parts:
The outer dark red region is called cortex.
Inner pale red region is called medulla. It consists of 5-7 cone shaped pyramids.
All pyramids project into a funnel shaped space called renal pelvis. Two tubes called ureters originate from renal pelvis of each kidney and extends to the urinary bladder.
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