why does cortex region is dotted and medulla region striped in kidney
Asked by rdk_kulkarni | 3rd Oct, 2020, 05:37: PM
The nephron has two parts- a cup shaped body called malpighian corpuscle or renal corpuscle and a tubular part called renal tubule. The cortex has a dotted appearance because of the presence of these malpighian corpuscle. The striated appearance of the medulla is due to the renal tubule.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 6th Oct, 2020, 12:10: PM
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