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1 Pelvis Sectional Anatomy Radt 2272 Tanya Nolan Special Thanks to Terri Jurkiewicz 2012
5 Psoas M IVC Ureters Intervert Disc Rt/Lt Common Iliacs
6 Intervert Disc Sacrum 1 Psoas Descending Colon Ureters Psoas Ilium Cecum
7 Sacral Canal SI Joints Rt Iliacus Muscle Ureters Lt. External Iliac Lt. Internal Iliac Lt Common Iliac Sacral Foramina
8 Bladder Small Bowel Sigmoid Colon Iliacus Muscle Rt Ureter Lt Ext Iliac Lt Ureter
9 Bladder Rectum Lt Ureter Lt Ext. Iliac V Lt Ex. Iliac A
10 Femoral Head Rectum Coccyx Lt Femoral A & V Rt Femoral A & V
11 Male Pelvis Rt/Lt Pubis Lt Femoral A & V Lt Seminal Vesicle Lt Pelvic Diaphragm Rectum Rt/ Lt Ischiorectal Fossa Rt Ischium Rt Femoral Head
12 Pelvic Diaphragm Rectum Prostate Ischial Tuberosity Spermatic Cords Symphysis Pubis Rt Pubis Lt Femoral A & V Femoral Neck Obturator Foramen Male Pelvis
13 Corpus CavernosumLt/Rt Spermatic Cord UrethraCorpus Spongiosum Rt Ischial ramus Lt Femur Lt Femoral A & V Male Pelvis
14 What are the arrows pointing to??? normal
17 Same tumor different window Prostate Germ Cell CA normal
18 Cecum Rt Ilium Rt SI Joint Lt Ureter Descending Colon Lt Common Iliac V Lt Vertebral Foramen Sacral Canal Female Pelvis
19 Bladder Rt Ilium Rectum S 5 Sigmoid Colon c Feces Lt Ureter Lt ext iliac A & V
20 Bladder Pubis Pelvic Diaphragm Body of Uterus Rectum Lt femoral A & V Tip of Coccyx Rt ischium Rt femoral head
21 Ischial Tuberosity Femoral Neck Pubis & Symphysis Rectum Ischiorectal Fossa Pelvic Diaphragm Cervix of Uterus Obturator foramen
22 Vagina Ischiorectal fossa Rectum Pelvic Diaphragm Pubic Ramus Ischial Ramus
23 Femoral Shaft Pelvic Diaphragm Vagina Ischiorectal fossa
24 Rt/Lt Common Iliac Art. Sm. Bowel Sig. Colon Bladder Fem. Head Labia Majora R. Iliacus M Psoas Female Patient Ant. to Post.
25 Spine Iliac A & V Sig. Colon Bladder Vagina Labia Maj Uterus Body Sm Bowel Femur
26 Labia Maj Vagina Cervix Fundus Sm Bowel Rt Iliac A & V Spine Sig Colon Bladder Hip
27 Anal Sphincter Rectum Sm Bowel Sig Colon Ischiorectal fossa Bladder
28 SI jointsVert Foramen Sacrum Ischiorectal Fossa Pelvic Diaphrgm Rectum Anal Sph
29 Look at the Ilium normal Female patient
30 Has calcifications within it
31 Female Patient
32 Tumor of Cervix Normal cervix
33 Ovarian CA with Ascites Normal Ovary
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