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Surface anatomy Ex3


Besides stomach and spleen , give 2 viscera related to the spleen? Left kidney, left colic flexure, pancreas (tail)
Besides the pelorus, give 2 parts of viscera through which the transpyloric plane passes? Neck of pancreas, hila of kidneys
In surface projection, the lower border of the liver extends along a line from the RIGHT ___ to the LEFT ___ 10th 5th
Give the following vertebral levels: A. Sub coastal plane B. transpyloric plane L3 L1
Gallbladder Right colic flexure Base of appendix (mcburneys point) Transpyloric plane 9th costal cartilage, right side 10th costal cartilage, right side Junction at lower 1/3 & middle 1/3 of a line connecting umbilicus to ASIS Line half way between supra eternal notch and pubis
Left colic flexure Transverse colon 8th costal cartilage, left side Level of umbilicus
Where is the spleen specifically located? Deep to ribs 9,10,11 and just posterior to midaxillary line
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