Orifice of ureter
Orifice of ureter - Definition
It is the name given to one of the apertures (openings) that let urine pass from the ureter to the bladder. Some other names used to refer to this structure include:
Orifice of ureter - Location
It can be found at the postero-lateral angles of the structure known as Trigonum vesicae.
Orifice of ureter - Appearance
The apertures usually look like slits and are separated by about 2.5 cm in the contracted bladder. The distance between them is about the same in the internal urethral orifice.
Orifice of ureter - Pictures
The images below would give you an idea about the appearance of these structures.
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