trigone of the bladder

trigone of the bladder

[trīgō′n]
a triangular area of the bladder between the opening of the ureters and the orifice of the urethra. Also called trigonum vesicae.
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Overlying the lower third is the urethra, and overlying the middle third is the trigone of the bladder, an area of significant innervation.
The tumor is usually relatively small and is located in the dome, posterior wall, or trigone of the bladder.