Ultrasound can often demonstrate urine flowing into the bladder from a ureteral orifice.
219 Prostate, rectum, bladder
220 Prostate, rectum, bladder
221 Prostate, seminal vesicles
222 Prostate, seminal vesicles
Prostate in Transverse Sections
223 Prostate, urethra, bladder
224 Prostate, urethra, bladder
225 Prostate, bladder
226 Seminal vesicles, bladder
The prostate appears onion-shaped in longitudinal section.
Behind the prostate is the rectum, usually appearing as a gas-filled structure.
The seminal vesicles are in contact with the bladder over their entire length.
The seminal vesicles are located lateral and cranial to the prostate.
The urethra can be identified as a hypoechoic round structure within the prostate.
The prostate presents an oval, chestnut-like shape in cross section.
The middle lobe of the prostate with the urethral orifice may protrude somewhat into the bladder.
The seminal vesicles, around 5cm long and 1 cm thick, can be seen on the posterior wall of the bladder.
227 Vagina, bladder
228 Vagina, uterus, bladder
229 Vagina, uterus, bladder
230 Uterus, bladder
231 Uterus, ovary, bladder
232 Bladder, ovary
Uterus in Transverse Sections
233 Vagina, bladder, rectum
234 Uterus, bladder, rectum
235 Uterus, bladder, rectum, ovary
236 Uterus, bladder, rectum, ovaries
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