Kidney anatomy thcentury journal page illustrating the anatomy of a kidney removed from a cadaver The right kidney is at upper left and the left kidney is at upper right They are connected by the renal arteries to the descending trunk of the aorta centre The adrenal glands are at upper centre This page is from volume of the edition of The Philosophical Transactions an abridged collection of papers from the Royal Society The original paper was published in by the British surgeon John Ranby in volume of Philosophical Transactions Ranby was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in
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