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Neck of urinary bladder

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Neck of urinary bladder

Neck of urinary bladder
Vertical section of bladder, penis, and urethra. (Neck labeled near center.)
Latin cervix vesicae urinariae
Anatomical terminology

The neck of the urinary bladder is the portion of the urinary bladder adjacent to the prostate gland in men.

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