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Cross Sectional Anatomy AbdomenRad T 275
Middle of T10 A. right lobe of liverB. left lobe of liver C. inferior vena cava D. body of stomach E. spleen F. lower lobe of right lung G. azygos vein H. thoracic aorta I. diaphram - left crus
L1 A. external oblique B. right costal carightilage C. rectus abdominus D. transverse colon E. transverse colon F. ascending colon G. pancreas - head H. duodenum - 2nd part I. inferior vena cava J. diaphragm K. psoas major L. renal pyramid
Lower L2/L3 A. inferior vena cava B. superior mesenteric C. superior mesenteric D. abdominal aorta E. transverse colon F. duodenum - part 3 G. descending colon H. quadratus lumborum I. spinal cord J. perirenal fat
L4-L5 A. rectus abdominus B. left common iliac C. left iliacus D. left psoas E. right external oblique F. right internal oblique G. right transversus abdominus H. right ileum I. lumbosacral trunk
S4 A. rt head of femur B. rt rectus abdominus C. sigmoid colon D. ureter E. lower sacrum F. rectum
#8 = Liver #9 = Psoas Muscle #10 = Right Kidney #11 = Stomach #12 = Superior Mesenteric Artery #13 = Tail of Pancreas #14 = Transverse Colon #1 = Abdominal Aorta #2 = Duodenum #3 = Gallbladder #4 = Head of Pancreas #5 = Inferior Vena Cava #6 = Left Kidney #7 = Left Renal Vein
#1 = Abdominal Aorta #2 = Inferior Vena Cava #3 = Left Crus of Diaphragm #4 = Liver #5 = Right Crus of Diaphragm #6 = Spleen #7 = Stomach
#1 = Liver #2 = Kidney #3 = Duodenum #4 = Jejunum (not visible on CT) #5 = Ascending Colon #6 = Descending Colon #7 = Ureter (not visible on CT) #8 = Psoas Muscle #9 = Rectus Abdominis #10 = Quadratus Lumborum #11 = Aorta #12 = Inferior Vena Cava
#1 = L5 #2 = Ascending Colon #3 = Descending Colon #4 = Ureters (left & right) #5 = Iliac Crest #6 = Gluteus Medius #7 = Iliacus Muscle #8 = Psoas Muscle #9 = Rectus Abdominis #10 = Common Iliac Arteries #11 = Common Iliac Veins
Female pelvis #1 - Bladder (only seen on MRI) #2 - Coccyx/Sacrum #3 - Gluteus Maximus #4 - Gluteus Minimus #5 - Iliacus #6 - Ilium #7 - Levator Ani #8 - Psoas Muscle #9 - Rectum #10 - Rectus Abdominis #11 - Sacroiliac Joint #12 - Uterus
1 Bladder #2 Gluteus Maximus #3 Hip Joint #4 Obturator Internus #5 Rectum #6 Seminal Vesicle
#1 = Brachiocephalic Trunk #2 = Left Brachiocephalic Vein #3 = Right Brachiocephalic Vein #4 = Esophagus #5 = Trachea #6 = Left Common Carotid #7 = Left Subclavian Artery #8 = Left Upper Lung #9 = Right Upper Lung
#1 = Aortic Arch #2 = Esophagus #3 = Superior Vena Cava #4 = Trachea #5 = Vertebral Body #6 = Left Upper Lung #7 = Right Upper Lung
#1 = Ascending Aorta #2 = Descending Aorta #3 = Esophagus #4 = Superior Vena Cava #5 = Left Pulmonary Artery #6 = Right Primary Bronchus #7 = Left Primary Bronchus #8 = Right Lung #9 = Left Lung
#1 = Ascending Aorta #2 = Descending Aorta #3 = Azygous Vein #4 = Esophagus #5 = Right Primary Bronchus #6 = Left Primary Bronchus #7 = Right Pulmonary Artery #8 = Left Pulmonary Artery #9 = Superior Vena Cava #10 = Right Lung #11 = Left Lung
1 = Right Atrium #2 = Left Atrium #3 = Right Ventricle #4 = Left Ventricle #5 = Esophagus #6 = Descending Aorta #7 = Right Lower Lung #8 = Left Lower Lung #9 = Right Middle Lung #10 = Lingula
#1 = Descending Aorta #2 = Esophagus #3 = Inferior Vena Cava #4 = Pericardium #5 = Right Ventricle #6 = Left Ventricle #7 = Right Lung #8 = Left Lung
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