Renal sinus

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Renal sinus
System Urinary system
Latin Sinus renalis
TA A08.1.01.005
FMA 15611
Anatomical terminology

The renal sinus is a cavity within the kidney which is occupied by the renal pelvis, renal calyces, blood vessels, nerves and fat.The renal hilum extends into a large cavity within the kidney occupied by the renal vessels, minor renal calices, major renal calices, renal pelvis and some adipose tissue..

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