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Ch 4 A&P

Abdominal Quadrants/Regions

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What are the 4 abdominal quadrants? Right Upper, Left Upper, Right Lower, Left Lower
Which quadrant is the liver located in? RUQ
Ascending colon? RLQ
Spleen? LUQ
Descending colon? LLQ
Gallbladder? RUQ
Stomach? LUQ
Duodenum? RUQ
Left colic (splenic) felxure? LUQ
Sigmoid colon? LLQ
Cecum? RLQ
Right kidney? RUQ
Left kidney? LUQ
Appendix? RLQ
2/3 of jejunum? LLQ
2/3 of ileum? RLQ
Right colic (hepatic) flexure? RUQ
Tail of pancreas? LUQ
Head of pancreas? RUQ
ileocecal valve? RLQ
Left suprarenal gland? LUQ
Right suprarenal gland? RUQ
Name the nine abdominal regions 1. Right hypochondriac, 2. Epigastric, 3. Left hypocondriac, 4. Right lateral (lumbar), 5. Umbilical, 6. Left lateral (lumbar), 7. Right inguinal (iliac), 8. Pubic (hypogastric), 9. Left inguinal (iliac)
Created by: roberts-5691