Renal column

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Renal column
Illu kidney2.jpg
Kidney
Kidney PioM.png
Details
Latincolumnae renales
SystemUrinary system
Identifiers
Gray'sp.1221
Dorlands
/Elsevier
c_48/12251193
TAA08.1.01.019
FMAFMA:74029
Anatomical terminology
 
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Renal column
Illu kidney2.jpg
Kidney
Kidney PioM.png
Details
Latincolumnae renales
SystemUrinary system
Identifiers
Gray'sp.1221
Dorlands
/Elsevier
c_48/12251193
TAA08.1.01.019
FMAFMA:74029
Anatomical terminology

The renal column (or Bertin column, or column of Bertin) is a medullary extension of the renal cortex in between the renal pyramids. It allows the cortex to be better anchored.

Each column consists of lines of blood vessels and urinary tubes and a fibrous material.

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