The Female Bladder
Median sagittal section of female pelvis.
In the female, the bladder is in relation behind with the uterus and the upper part of the vagina. It is separated from the anterior surface of the body of the uterus by the vesicouterine excavation, but below the level of this excavation it is connected to the front of the cervix uteri and the upper part of the anterior wall of the vagina by areolar tissue. When the bladder is empty the uterus rests upon its superior surface. The female bladder is said by some to be more capacious than that of the male, but probably the opposite is the case.
- Links: Fig. 1138 Infant Female Bladder | Infant Male Bladder | Fig. 1139 Adult Female Bladder | Urinary Bladder Development
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