1)In terms of kidney structure where do you find the pelvis?
Found in the frontal section of a kidney. The “shoulder” area near the entrance to the kidney. A funnel shaped tube is continuous with the urether leaving the hilium, branching extensions of the pelvis form two or three major calyces. each one subdivides to form several minor calyces, cup shaped areas that enclose the papillae. The calyces collect urine which drain continuosly from the papillae and empty it into the renal pelvis