Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Urinary Bladder

Urinary Bladder — in the fetal pig the urinary bladder is an elongated sac in the lower ventral abdominal cavity. It lies between the prominent umbilical arteries and is seen when the portion of the body wall supporting the umbilical cord is folded down. You can use your probe to separate it out from the umbilical cord by sticking it underneath the point of connection and breaking through the connective tissue to free it from the skin of the umbilical cord.

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