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Abdominal-pelvic

TermDefinition
Where is the gallbladder located? Right Upper Quadrant
Where is the liver located? Right Upper Quadrant
Where is the spleen located? Left Upper Quadrant
Where is the pancreas located? Left Upper Quadrant
Where is the stomach located? Left Upper Quadrant
Where is the appendix located? Right Lower Quadrant
Where is the colon located? Right Lower Quadrant
Where is the right kidney located? Right Lower Quadrant
Where is the left kidney located? Left Lower Quadrant
Where is the large intestine located? Left Lower Quadrant
Define hernia A lump of tissue
Define laceration A jagged tear
Define rupture A break
Define contusion A bruise
Excretes waste products from the body in the form of urine Kidneys
Connects the kidneys and acts as a reservoir for urine Bladder
Produces insulin Pancreas
Produces bile, stores vitamins, and detoxes the body Liver
Helps fight infection Spleen
Connected to the heart and supplies the body with oxygen Lungs
Carries oxygen depleted blood away from organs and back to the heart Veins
Sends oxygenated blood to the organs and tissue in the body Arteries
The movement of blood throughout the heart Coronary Circulation
The movement that oxygenates blood Pulmonary Circulation
The movement that sends oxygenated blood to the body, and brings back the oxygen depleted blood back to the heart Systemic Circulation
The main artery in the body Aorta
Created by: poling.alex