convoluted part of kidney lobule

(redirected from renal labyrinth)

con·vo·lut·ed part of kid·ney lob·ule

proximal and distal convoluted tubules and the associated renal corpuscles supplied by branches of the interlobular arteries.

con·vo·lu·ted part of kid·ney lob·ule

(kon'vŏ-lūt'ĕd pahrt kid'nē lob'yūl)
Proximal and distal convoluted tubules and the associated renal corpuscles supplied by branches of the interlobular arteries.
Synonym(s): renal labyrinth.

Ludwig,

Karl F.W., German anatomist and physiologist, 1816-1895.
depressor nerve of Ludwig - Synonym(s): Ludwig nerve
Ludwig ganglion - a small collection of parasympathetic nerve cells in the interatrial septum.
Ludwig labyrinth - proximal and distal convoluted tubules and the associated renal corpuscles supplied by branches of the interlobular arteries. Synonym(s): convoluted part of kidney lobule
Ludwig nerve - a branch of the vagus which ends in the aortic arch and base of the heart. Synonym(s): aortic nerve; depressor nerve of Ludwig
Ludwig stromuhr - one of the first devices for measuring flow in blood vessels.