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Abdominopelvic regions and Quadrants

What are the 4 Quadrants Right upper, Right lower, Left upper,Left lower
Centermost region deep to and surrounding the umbilicus (naval) Umbilical region
Located Superior(above) to the umbilical region Epigastric region
Located inferior to the umbilical region Hypogastric (pubic) Region
Located lateral to the hypogastric region R and L iliac or Inguinal
Lie lateral to the umbilical region R and L lumbar regions
Lie lateral to the epigatric region R and L hypochondriac regions
What quadrant is the liver located in? R and L upper
What quadrant is the small intestine located in? All 4
What quadrant is the Large intestine located in? All 4
What quadrant is the Stomach located in? L upper and slightly R upper
What quadrant is the Urinary Bladder located in? R and L lower
What organs are located in the R hypochondriac region (UR) Liver and Gallbladder
What organ is located in the L hypochondriac region (UL) Diaphragm
What organ is located in the Epigastric region(UM) Stomach
What organs are located in the R Lumber region (RM) Acending colon
What organs are located in the L Lumbar region(LM) Decending Colon
What organs are located in the Umbilical region (M) Small Intestine and Transverse Colon
What organs are located in the R iliac region (LR) Cecum
What organs are located in the L iliac region (LL) Sigmoid colon
What organs are located in the Hypogastric (pubic) region Bladder and Appendix
Created by: tastarr



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