Urinary bladder

 

  


Urinary bladder explanatory video

The bladder consist of three coats

 

  1. serosa (the outermost covering)
  2. muscular coat which constitute the detrussor muscle
  3. mucous coat

 

The mucous coat consist of epithelium of the transitional variety and no glands, although some histologist believe in the existence of some glands. There are transitional cell in this epithelium

      The muscular coat is disposed in three layers as follows

  1. external longitudinal layer.  The muscles in this layer run longitudinally
  2. middle circular layer.  The muscles are disposed in a circular manner
  3. internal longitudinal layer-which is longitudinally disposed

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