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Pyloric Canal

anywhere within L2 to L4 Vertebra

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Lesser curvature BS

L and R gastric arteries

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Greater Curvature BS

L and R gastroepiploic arteries

34

BS Fundus of stomach

Short gastric a

35

Esophagus relation to vagus

LARP left vagus anterior right vagus posterior

36

Duodenum parts

SUPERIOR 1ST anterolateral to body of L1 DESCENDING 2nd descends along L1 to L3 HORIZONTAL 3rd crosses L3 ASCENDING begins at L3 ascends to L2

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BS upper part Duodenum

Superior pancreaticoduodenal a from Gastroduodenal

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BS lower duodenum

Inferior pancreaticoduodenal a from SMA

39

Unique location of Brunners gland

Descending duodenum 2nd

40

Ligamentum Teres

Round ligament also GUBERNACULUM near GB quadrate

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Ligamentum venosum

Proximal to IVC caudate

42

Urachus Median

umbilical ligament

43

Ductus venosum

Ligamentum Venosum

44

Left Umbilical vein

Ligamentum Teres or Round Ligament or Gubernaculum

45

Umbilical artery

Medial umbilical ligament

46

Foramen ovale

Fossa ovalis

47

ductus arteriosus

Ligamentum arteriosum

48

Liver biopsy done at

Right 10th ICS in MAL

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Ito cells location and function

Space of Disse liver for storage of fat

50

Cystohepatic triangle boundaries

Triangle of Callot SUPERIOR liver INFERIOR cystic duct MEDIAL common hepatic duct

51

BS of gallbladder

Cystic artery from hepatic artery

52

Structures anterior of sigmoid

Male bladder Female Vagina and Uterus

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Iliopsoas insertion and ns

lesser trochanter of femur NS L2 L3 L4

54

Muscle of the loin

Psoas ms

55

Sacral Plexus

L4 to S4

56

Kumbar plexus

L1 to L4

57

Sciatic nerve

L4 to S3

58

Kidney vertebral anatomic location

T12 to L3

59

3 Ureteric constrictions

Where renal pelvis joins the ureter Where ureter crosses over the pelvic brim and external iliac artery Where it pierces the bladder wall

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Abdominal visceral pain fibers deramtome

T5 to L1 dermatome