Uriniparous bodies

Uriniparous bodies, also called excretory organs, cleanse the body of toxins (salt, urea, etc.), formed as a result of metabolism.

In Fig. 175.
Scheme of the urinary apparatus men
1 - left kidney;
2 - cortex;
3 - the right kidney;
4 - the renal pyramids;
5 - Gate kidney;
6 - renal pelvis;
7 - left ureter;
8 - the tip of the bladder;
9 - bottom of the bladder;
10 - body of the bladder;
11 - seminal vesicle;
12 - the prostate gland;
13 - body of the penis;
14 - the root of the penis;
15 - the vas deferens;
16 - an appendage;
17 - head of the penis;
18 - Egg;
19 - testicular lobules
In Fig. 176.
Scheme of the urinary apparatus woman
 1 - the right kidney;
2 - left kidney;
3 - the right ureter;
4 - bottom of the uterus;
5 - the uterus;
6 - ampulla of the uterine tube;
7 - fimbriae of uterine tube;
8 - ovary;
9 - mesentery of ovary;
10 - body of the uterus;
11 - round ligament of the uterus;
12 - the cervix;
13 - the cervical canal;
14 - bladder;
15 - vagina;
16 - pin the clitoris;
17 - external opening of the urethra;
18 - onion vestibule;
19 - opening of vagina;
20 - a great iron arches
In Fig. 177.
Uriniparous bodies, front view
1 - diaphragm;
2 - left adrenal gland;
3 - the right adrenal gland;
4 - left kidney;
5 - the right kidney;
6 - left ureter;
7 - right ureter;
8 - rectum;
9 - bladder






List of Abbreviations

a., aa. — arteria, arteriae (artery, the artery)

lig., ligg. — ligamentum, ligamenta (ligament, the ligaments)

m., mm. — musculus, musculi (muscle, the muscle)

n., nn. — nervus, nervi (nerve, the nerve)

r., rr. — ramus, rami (branch)

s. — seu (or)

v., vv. — vena, venae (vienna)