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carotid bifurcates C3-C4
brachial plexus nerves C5-T1
Serratus Posterior Superior muscles (insperation) C7-T2
apex of lungs T1-T2
jugular Notch T2-T3
Top of aortic Arch T2-T3
Hearth T-T6
descending aorta starts T4-T5
Ascending aorta begins T4-T5
Azygos Vein T5-T6
Hemiazygos vein joins Azygos Vein T7-T9
Right and left bronchus are seen T7-T9
xyphoid process T10
Serratus posterior inferior muscle (experation) T11-L2
Kidneys T12-L4
lumbar plexus T12-L4
Left crus anchors diaphragn L1-L2
cord ends L1-L2
Conus medularis begins L1-L2
superior mesenteric artery L1-L2
Renal Veins empty into IVC L1-L2
Right Crus anchors diaphragm L1-L3
Ascending part of duodenum meets jejunum L1-L3
c-loop of duodenum L2-L3
head of pancreas L2-L3
gall bladder and porta hepatis L2-L3
cystic ducts L2-L3
thoracic duct begins goes upward L2-L3
Inferior Mesenteric L3-L4
Aorta bifurcates into Iliacs L4
IVC is formed by common iliac veins L5
Sacral plexus L4-S4
Rectum S3
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