An image of a human bladder can be found at health-related websites, such as WebMD, Healthline and Johns Hopkins Medicine. The bladder is a muscular, distensible cavity located in the pelvic region and posterior to the pubic bone.
The image posted on WebMD shows a side and frontal view of the bladder. The side view image includes the ureters and urethra. Urine, which forms in kidneys, is transported to the bladder via the ureters and exits the bladder through the urethra.
Healthline includes a cross-section image of the bladder, which can be fully rotated. Johns Hopkins Medicines has a frontal view of the urinary tract, which includes the kidneys, ureters, sphincters, urethra and bladder.