Cortical lobule

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Cortical lobule
Latin lobuli corticales renis
Artery Interlobular arteries
Vein Interlobular veins
Dorlands/Elsevier l_13/12500839

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A cortical lobule (or renal lobule) is a part of a renal lobe. It consists of the nephrons grouped around a single medullary ray, and draining into a single collecting duct.

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