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Digestive sytem

where does the esophagus pierce the diaphragm T10
where does the descending aorta pierce the diaphragm T12
intraperitoneal have mesenteries & are movable (surrounded by visceral peritoneum)
retroperitoneal not mesenteries & not movable
retroperitoneal organs SADPUCKER - suprarenals - aorta/ IVC - duodenum - pancreas - uretrers - colon (ascending & descending) - kidneys - esophagus - rectum
foregut last 1/3 of esophagus to 1st half of duodenum
what is the boundary btw left & right lobes of the liver falciform lig
what connects the liver to the diaphragm falciform lig
what used to be the umbilical vein round lig
what connects the ductus venomous & IVC to bypass liver round lig
what is the remnant of umbilical vein ligamentum teres
what connects the lesser curvature to liver lesser omentum
what supplies the forgot celiac trunk
midgut 2nd half of duodenum to middle to transversals colon
what connects the liver to the duodenum hepatoduodenal lig
what holds up the ascending duodenum lig of treitz
what supplies the midgut superior mesenteric a
what supplies the hindgut inferior mesenteric a
hindgut 2nd half of transverse colon to anus
what connects the liver to the stomach hepatogartic lig
epiploic foramen connects greater & lesser sacs
where is the portal triad within lesser omentum
what's is within the portal triad common bile duct hepatic artery portal vein
what drains into common bile duct common hepatic & cystic duct
what connects the greater curvature to the spleen greater omentum
what does the celiac trunk supply structures of foregut
calot's triangle common bile duct cystic duct inferior border of liver
branches of celiac trunk splenic artery common hepatic artery
branches of splenic artery short gastric left gastroepiploic pancreatic
branches of common hepatic artery grastoduodenal hepatic artery proper right gastric
branches of gastroduodenal right gastroepiploic pancreaticoduodenal
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