Comparative ultrastructure of the nerves innervating the muscle of the body of the bladder

Abstract

The distribution and structure of the nerves supplying the muscle of the body of the bladder in mammals such as the mouse, guinea-pig, rabbit, cat and dog was compared with that previously demonstrated in the rat. The muscle of the arterioles located between the muscle bundles is innervated by a fine perivascular plexus and the nerves forming the muscular… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00221700

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