Flashcards in Radiology Deck (22)
What is the workhorse of abdominal imaging?
Where region of the body is the oesophagus in?
What is the order of the oesophagus, trachea and aorta?
From posterior to anterior:
What out of the trachea and great vessels indents the oesophagus?
the aortic arch
Where does the oesophagus pass in terms of the bronchi?
It passes posterior to the left main bronchus
What part of the heart indents the oesophagus?
Left atrium (as it passes posterior to the heart)
What is the junction called were the oesophagus attaches to the stomach?
Gastro-oesophageal junction (GOJ)
What is the point in the diagram called that the oesophagus passes through?
What is located within the right upper quadrant?
Duodenum (1st, 2nd, 3rd parts)
Colon (hepatic flexure, AC, TC)
Right kidney/ adrenal gland
What forms a C-shape around the pancreatic head?
What is the duct that connects the common bile duct and pancreatic duct to the 2nd part of the duodenum?
Ampulla of vater
What vertebral levels does the 2nd part of the duodenum run alongside?
Does the 3rd part of the duodenum run posterior or inferior to the pancreas?
What are the 4 parts of the pancreas?
What are located within the left upper quadrant?
Colon (splenic flexure, DC, TC)
Left kidney/ adrenal gland
4 parts of the stomach?
What side of the aorta is the mesentery of the jejunum attached to?
What side of the aorta is the mesentery of the ileum attached to?
Where are bile salts reabsorbed?
In the terminal ileum (for recycling by the liver)
What is located within the right iliac fossa?
Caecum/ terminal ileum
right ureter (ovary/ fallopian tube/ uterus)
What is located within the left iliac fossa?
Left ureter (ovary/ fallopian tube/ uterus)