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Abdominal Regions & Quadrants

Right Hypochondriac region Upper right on subject. Includes right half of liver, 3/4 bottom right ribs.
Epigastric region Upper middle on subject. Includes middle of liver, lower right of stomach, bottom of sternum.
Left Hypochondriac region Upper left on subject. Includes upper left of stomach, small top left portion of liver, 3/4 bottom left ribs.
Right Lumbar region right-Abdominal region. Includes part of small and large intestine, bottom of right rib, upper right pelvis.
Umbilical region Mid-Abdominal region. Includes mid-section of large and small intestine, area of navel.
Left Lumbar region left-Abdominal region. Includes part of small and large intestine, bottom of left rib, upper left pelvis.
Right Iliac (inguinal) region Lower right on subject. Includes majority of right section of pelvis, top of right hip, small portion of small intestine.
Hypogastric region Lower-Abdominal region. Includes lower portion of large intestine, bladder, pelvis.
Left Iliac (inguinal) region Lower left on subject. Includes majority of left section of pelvis, top of left hip, small portion of large intestine.
Right upper quadrant (RUQ) part of Right hypochondriac region, epigastric, Right lumbar region.
Left upper quadrant (LUQ) part of Left hypochondriac region, epigastric, Left lumbar region.
Right lower quadrant (RLQ) part of Right lumbar region, Umbilical, Right Iliac (inguinal) region, Hypogastric region.
Left lower quadrant (LLQ) part of Left lumbar region, Umbilical, Left Iliac (inguinal) region, Hypogastric region.
Created by: cookiemascot07



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