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USIDMS Sectional Anatomy

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Using directional terminology, the spleen is ____ to the stomach. posterior
What is another name for the adrenal glands? suprarenal glands
Using directional terminology, the right adrenal gland is _____ to the right lobe of the liver. medial
What 3 structures form the triangle surrounding the left adrenal gland? pancreatic tail, left kidney, and aorta
What is the connective tissue that covers each kidney called? Gerota's fascia
Which kidney is most superior? left kidney
What vavle prevents regurgitation back into the stomach? pyloric sphincter
What section of the small intestine absorbs the most nutrients? jejunum
Using directional terminology, the cecum is ____ to the iliocecal valve. inferior
The head of the pancreas is divided by what two vessels? superior mesenteric artery and superior mesenteric vein
The left lobe of the liver is bordered by what medially? falciform ligament
What is the small posterior lobe of the liver called? caudate lobe
What makes up the porta hepatis? common bile duct, hepatic artery, portal vein
What part of the gallbladder is most common to have stones? the neck of the gallbladder
What is the joining of the common bile duct and pancreatic duct referred to as? Ampulla of Vater
True or False. From the common hepatic duct, bile moves into the commone bile duct. true
Using directional terminology, the common bile duct is _____ to the head of the pancreas. anterior
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