Kidney Tissue?

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Tissues that are in the kidney include: renal fascia, perirenal fat and renal capsule tissues. Renal fascia is also known as connective tissue and perirenal as adipose tissue. Renal capsule covers the kidney and support for inside soft tissues.
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