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Benign Urothelium

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The wall of the urinary bladder consists of urothelium, lamina propria, muscularis propria, serosa, and, in some locations, perivesical fat. The normal urothelial lining varies in thickness from two layers to seven layers of cells, depending upon the degree of distension of the bladder.

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