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What is the abdominal bone called?

What is the abdominal bone called?

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What is the abdominal bone called?



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Vocab umbilicus external as obliques rectus sheath

gunel ligament internal ab obliques cectos abe muscles

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Notes Skeleton of abdomen

-almost no bony wall surconding it lo Viscera Location

- liver deep to false ribs 2. Wall Divisions


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- ab wall is protection of abdomen

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Tilia, blade-like bare around pelvis (the "v" 3. Superficial Wall


What passes through the inguinal canal?



-blad vessels (maidy veins 4. Will Muscles

- can see individual muscles (thicker)

easier to see - first muscle is extemal abdominal obliques

Samne course as external intercostal

~ aponeuros's (rectos sheath ): deep is rectus alodaninous muscles

-ingurired ligamenti from pubis te the iliacere

~ all ab: muscles the into this We also discuss several other topics like How freely you can move in society?

- deep to external abd. obliques are internal abodo oblices difference in musde orientation )

Raponeurosis formedlwhite in slide) sectos ab. muscles are "8-packs'

ndeep to aponeurosis e "bellies" n they have tendens btw each

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transversus ab. Musle mostly behind rectos abdominis mosde nsverse ab merele

rappenercsis is deep to evate line

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deep to everything else is the facia ermatic cod

- parietal pen toneem. tissue layer against aber well master muscle

- forin innermost layer Cdeepest most posterior) s deferens

cial Vessels

-muscles are confiscation of thorax

einfermeil thoracic artery de vein rso now epigastric artery a vein

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Extension of aternad oblique

I Portion of small intestine most proximal to stomach is.

duodenom Inguinal Canal (males ]

- External oblique forms "20f" over Ceindd 1. Spermatic Cord (round ligament in females ]

forms testes, enter canal to attach to structures inside abdomen t ) cremaster muscelmoles) inger I goods in males external blc .

of sperm production Coutside of body is cooler than inside )*

? 2. Transversus Abdominis

- alongside exit point of conal 3: Vas Deferens in

- tobe that carries sperm

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Vocab scrotum hernias indirect)) direct , continus cavity

peritoneum

mesentery

visceral peritorum intraperitoneal organ retroperitoned organ

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call different layers of abdomen wall have equal layers found in wall of scrotum ble testes begin in abdomen (travel through inguinal canal) Hernias

- very common in ingwind canal

done fissue that özjects into anether tissue 1. Indirect

- intestine goes through ingonal canal

-happens blic of development avec 2. Direct part of inguinal canal

da intestine goes through abdominal wall; sonetin

a Abdominal Cavity

- continuous cavity, abdu cavity & pelvic cavity

1. Peritoneum

name we give fortissue of ab, cavity

- ab cavity contains "balloor" (peritoneum) land do organs push or balloon from outside

- arteries/veins/nerves travel through two layers of peritoneum Scall in mortesterydouble fold of peritorem for

-Visceral peritoneum. covers organ L -introperitare ed organ: completely webin peritoneum

retroperitoneal orgon, only covered on one side mainly ble against posterior of peritorum space

~ pancreas, pelvis, etc

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2. Great Omentum

first thing you see (double folded peritoneum)

yellow, bangs down like apron Caround intestines)

- around ab. Cavity tries to close off inflamation in cavity by inflaming itself

0-Bangs off fransverse colon; contains blood vessels & nerves (autonomic nerves)

- large intestine just deep of this *ligaments in ab & pelvic cavity connect organ to organ, not hoone to bone *

3. Omental Hursa

- posterior to stomach, small sac sostomach can expand

- btw lesser omentum & gastrocolic ligament es die 4. Stomach (big, muscular săc) a s p

- goes into small intestine

a T pundus - esophagus travels through @ an angle ble it closes mores more as stomach pylon's

Do sphincter . pylonic sphincter, muscular, ring inside all walls of stanach, closed/contract when digesting at relaxed lepen when not

autonomic blc smooth muscle 5. Omental Bursa

- first part of small intestine (where stomach neutralizes) - pancreas just deep of this -duodenom relation to liver

to a liver produces bile -relation to pancreas

- helps digest, break to carlos proteins/etc

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6. Pancreas

- "The King" - produce endocrine and esocrine hormones

resocrine: digestion, released into duodenum

mendocrine, gland release into blood stream (insulin, regulates blood sugar -> Diabetes )

7. Liver

- "The Queen" - helps us package substances absorbed by intestines (alcohol, etc)

- reorganize substances, regulate blood liron, etc) *all blood through veins from all abdomen organs go through liver before the heart *. .. every thing covered by peritineam except bare area libe X D left lobe lest of bare

L o nelader falciform

a recognit) Cisferior) Canterior) 1 portacants gallbladder

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quadrate

lobe

-porta hepatis, gate of liver, drawing blood into liver

- gall bladder! holds extra bile, seperates right lobe from quadrate lobe

- liver can regenerate

left & right bile ducts join up w/ pancreas

form Common Bile Duct & Small and a "cystic duct from bile duct to gallbladder

Intesting too Duodenum

-smallest portion of small intestine

where absorption, begins chemical break down happens in stomach, then goes to here (end of chenical break down)

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Ileum

hointestines

9. Jejumm & I leum

Giewoun, more superior - hesentery's, from posterior wall d surrounds jejunum

wall blood vessels that supply take away blood from small intestine located in between layers

:-Differences between Jejunumland Ileum:

Je unum -more folds Icloser together | beginning of where intestines

implicae circulares, increase start to ABSORB water surface area

Falot of arterial loops f - Greater Surface area

- not as many folds -absorbs nutrients

-vasa rectae shorterble) -vesa rectae longer connect arterial loops to intestine

Large Intestine

not as

tional tasks as small intestine 1. Functions

ont formation labsorption of some vitamins (gut, megtly)

- eles con fluid water out of food (turns into feces

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Colon 1. Lecum melding tank

by this

holding tank, after food It water absorption

moved by muscles - mesocdoni mesentery of large intestine ; suspended appendix: hangs off here; not sure what it does the may be a resevoir where good bacteria colonizes

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transverse

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2. Features. Flexure

* Left Colic UND *

- blood supply to intestine, blood not provided by same arterial source the small intestine & part of large provided

Sebens of development)

- located on left side posterior, around 9-11th rib

- involved with homeostasis of blood

- sometimes impressions of ribs on the spleen Chilium is root of spleen) Clicker Question ,

the right kidney is located more inferior than the left kidney Ible of the presence ofera the LIVER Retreparitoneal Organs

- kichen surrounded by fat Chelps protect) 1. Kidney

- diaphragm deep & superior - bean shaped - convex side, no structures entering or exiting - Concave side. renal artery & vein exter&exit here

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- pancreas overlapping left kidney on left side - Ureteri carries where towards bladder - capsule is very thin

cortex. Seperates medulla, - major calyx" meeting point of minor calyx (posterior)

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Arterial Blood Flow]

aorta - everything with arteries starts w/ hod to descending acrta, to diaphragm

1. Celiac Trunk a

first major artery to emerge from ascending aorta after getting through diaphragm

☺ -after that comes superior mesenten'c artery: supply blood to all small intestines & large intestines, up to left colic flexure

☺-next is inferior mesenteric artery (supply blood to rest of organs in body ) .

29 -gonada ortadessupply blood to ovaries/testes, emerge around superior mesenteric artery (fron aortas

Summary of Arterial Blood Flow Celiac Trunk

Superior Artery, -stomach

- Pancreas (part) -liver

-duodenum (distal) - gall bladder

-jejunum - spleen

ileum -duodenum

-cecom

- vermiform appendix -Greater omentum - ascending / transverse colon

Inferior Artery -descending Colon - sigmoid colon - rectum

* underlined words are things that DO the supplying *

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