This is just a random image I found on Google.
It is showing that, in cross-section, several renal pyramids can be viewed. Is it so?
According to the following longitudinal section of the kidney, I think it is not possible to see more than two or three pyramids in a cross-section. Can anyone throw some light on this?
Apparently there are more pyramids in a kidney than what we see in a longitudinal section of this organ (?). Is it possible to see some pyramids in a transverse section those which cannot possibly be viewed in one longitudinal section at the same time?