Straight venules of kidney
|Straight venules of kidney|
|Drains to||Arcuate veins|
|Latin||Venulae rectae renis|
They run outward in a straight course between the tubes of the medullary substance, and joining, as above stated, the interlobular veins, form venous arcades; these in turn unite and form veins which pass along the sides of the renal pyramids.
The straight venules contains fenestrated capillaries.
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