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Scheme of renal tubule and its vascular supply.
|Latin||venae interlobulares renis|
The venae stellatae join to form the interlobular veins, which pass inward between the rays, receive branches from the plexuses around the convoluted tubules, and, having arrived at the bases of the renal pyramids, join with the venae rectae.
- interlobular+veins+of+kidney at eMedicine Dictionary
- Histology image: 16015loa — Histology Learning System at Boston University
- "Urinary System: kidney, H&E, interlobular artery and vein"
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