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1. greater omentum 4. body of stomach 7. greater curvature of stomach 17. left lateral lobe of liver 18. right median lobe of liver 19. left median lobe of liver 21. gall bladder 24. spleen
1.Diaphragm 4. Left Lateral Lobe of Liver 5. Left Medial Lobe of Liver 6. Quadrate Lobe of Liver 7. Right Medial Lobe of Liver 8. Right Lateral Lobe of Liver 9. Gall Bladder 10. Spleen
1. greater omentum 7. greater curvature of stomach 10. jejunum 12. colon 17. left lateral lobe of liver 18. right medial lobe of liver 19. left medial lobe of liver 21. gall bladder 24. spleen 28. mesentery 29. urinary bladder 30. uterus
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