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Upper abdomen, female

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHF1600R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Serratus posterior inferior – Latissimus dorsi – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Psoas major – Right lobe of liver – Left lobe of liver – Gallbladder – Body of stomach – Right kidney – Left kidney – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Vertebral body – Spinal cord

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Abdomen, female

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHF1650R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Internal oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Psoas major – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Right kidney – Left kidney – Ascending colon – Transverse colon – Descending colon – Jejunum – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Left adrenal gland – Vertebral body – Apophyseal joint – Spinal cord

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Lower abdomen, female

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHF1700R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Psoas major – Ascending colon – Transverse colon – Descending colon – Descending aorta – Jejunum – Mesentery – Inferior vena cava – Vertebral body – Spinal canal

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Upper abdomen, male L1 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1550R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Serratus posterior inferior – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Body of stomach – Colonic splenic flexure – Jejunum – Pancreas – Spleen – Diaphragm – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Gallbladder – Liver – Vertebral body – Spinal cord

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Upper abdomen, male L1 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1560R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Serratus posterior inferior – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Body of stomach – Pylorus – Duodenal bulb – Colonic splenic flexure – Colonic hepatic flexure – Jejunum – Pancreas – Spleen – Diaphragm – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Left adrenal gland – Right adrenal gland – Gallbladder – Liver – Vertebral body – Spinal cord

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Upper abdomen, male L1-L2 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1580R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Pyloric antrum – Colonic splenic flexure – Colonic hepatic flexure – Jejunum – Pancreas – Splenic vein – Spleen – Diaphragm – Descending aorta, celiac axis branch – Inferior vena cava – Left adrenal gland – Right adrenal gland – Left kidney – Right kidney – Gallbladder – Liver – Intervertebral disc – Spinal cord

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Abdomen, male L2 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1600R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – Transversus abdominis – Intercostal m. – External oblique – Internal oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Erector spinae m. – Psoas major – Uncinate process of pancreas – Transverse colon – Jejunum – Descending colon – Spleen tip – Left kidney – Right kidney – Crus of diaphragm – Liver – Descending aorta, superior mesenteric branch – Inferior vena cava – Superior mesenteric vein – Vertebral body – Conus medullaris
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Abdomen, male L3-L4 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1650R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Internal oblique – Latissimus dorsi – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Psoas major – Quadratus lumborum – Iliocostalis – Longissimus dorsi – Spinalis dorsi – Ascending colon – Descending colon – Transverse colon – Jejunum – Left kidney – Right kidney – Left ureter – Right ureter – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Superior mesenteric vein – Intervertebral disc – Cauda equina
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Lower abdomen, male L4 level

http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/ANATOMY/VHM1700R.html

Identify the following regions in the image above: Linea alba – Rectus abdominus – External oblique – Internal oblique – Transversus abdominis – Sacrospinalis – Multifidus – Erector spinae muscle group (iliocostalis, longissimus dorsi, spinalis dorsi) – Psoas major – Quadratus lumborum – Ascending colon – Descending colon – Ileum – Descending aorta – Inferior vena cava – Vertebral body – Superior articular process – Inferior articular process – Apophyseal joint – Spinal canal with cauda equina – Thoracolumbar fascia
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Categorised as: Adrenal Anatomy, Aorta, Biliary Tract Anatomy, Colon Anatomy, External Oblique Muscle, Inferior Vena Cava, Kidney, Latissimus Dorsi, Liver Anatomy, Multifidus, Pancreas Anatomy, Psoas Major, Rectus Abdominis, Sacrospinalis, Serratus, Small Intestine Anatomy, Spinal Cord, Spleen Anatomy, Splenic Vein, Stomach Anatomy, Vertebral Column


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