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Nerve Distribution of the Bladder and Uterus - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Nerve Distribution of the Bladder and Uterus - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This full color stock medical exhibit pictures the primary nerve distribution of the female bladder and uterus from an anterolateral (front right side) view. An orientation view of the female pelvis and a detailed enlargement of the uterus and bladder region are shown. Labels identify the inferior hypogastric nerve plexus, ovary, fallopian tube, ureter, uterus, bladder, pelvic nerve plexus, rectum and vaginal canal.

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