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Detrusor Apron (Left)
Urogenital System

Detrusor Apron (Left)

Encomboma detrusor

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Structure/Morphology

The detrusor apron is an inferior extension of the detrusor muscle. It expands over the anterior surface of the prostate. Distally and anteriorly, the detrusor apron condenses to form the puboprostatic ligaments.

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