renal columns

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re·nal col·umns

[TA]
the prolongations of cortical substance separating the pyramids of the kidney.
Synonym(s): columnae renales [TA], Bertin columns

re·nal col·umns

(rē'năl kol'ŭmz) [TA]
The prolongations of cortical substance separating the pyramids of the kidney.
Synonym(s): columnae.

Bertin,

Exupère Joseph, French anatomist, 1712-1781.
Bertin bones - paired ossicles of pyramidal shape, the bases forming the roof of the nasal cavity. Synonym(s): Bertin ossicles; sphenoidal conchae
Bertin columns - the prolongations of cortical substance separating the pyramids of the kidney. Synonym(s): renal columns
Bertin ligament - among the strongest of the body's ligaments, it limits extension at the hip joint. Synonym(s): iliofemoral ligament
Bertin ossicles - Synonym(s): Bertin bones