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L4 abdominal cross section

L4 abdominal cross section anatomy

Left side:
Round ligament (ligamentum teres) of liver, transverse colon, branches of inferior epigastric vesselss, rectus sheath, transversus abdomini aponeurosis, external oblique aponeurosis, mesentery of small intestine, superior mesenteric vessels, small intestine (ileum), lymph node, ascending colon, right paracolic gutter, tendon of origin of transversus abdomini muscle, iliohypogastric nerve, ilioinguinal nerve, layers of thoracolumbar fascia (combined, middle, posterior), right colic vessels and branches, right genitofemoral nerve, transverse process of L4 vertebra, inferior vena cava, anterior longitudinal ligament, ligamentum flavum, abdominal aorta, spinous process of L3 vertebra, supraspinous ligament

Right side:
Linea alba, rectus abdominis muscle, omental appendices, greater omentum, parietal peritoneum, transversalis fascia, transversus abdominis muscle, internal oblique muscle, external oblique muscle, small intestine (jejunum), descending colon, left paracolic gutter, left ureter, quadratus lumborum muscle, latissimus dorsi muscle, testicular (ovarian) vessels, psoas minor muscle, parietal peritoneum, psoas major muscle, inferior mesenteric and 1st sigmoid vessels, left sympathetic trunk, left lumbar plexus ventral rami of L2,L3 spinal nerves, erector spinae muscle, superior articular process of L4 vertebra, Intercostal disc between L3 and L4 vertebrae, intermesenteric (aortic) plexus

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Categorised as: Abdominal Aorta, Colon Anatomy, Erector Spinae Muscle, External Oblique Muscle, Genitofemoral Nerve, Greater Omentum, Iliohypogastric Nerve, Ilioinguinal Nerve, Inferior Epigastric Vessels, Internal Oblique Muscle, L3 Vertebra, L4 Vertebra, Latissimus Dorsi, Ligamentum Flavum, Ligamentum Teres, Linea Alba, Parietal Peritoneum, Psoas Major, Psoas Minor, Quadratus Lumborum Muscle, Rectus Sheath, Small Intestine Anatomy, Superior Mesenteric Artery, Supraspinous Ligament, Testicular Vessels, Thoracolumbar Fascia, Transversalis Fascia, Transversus Abdominus, Ureters

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