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Abdominopelvic Regions

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Superior region in the middle column Contains part of the liver, part of the stomach, the duodenum, part of the pancreas, and both adrenal glands Epigastric region
Middle region in middle column Contains the transverse colon, part of the small intestine, and branches of the blood vessels to the lower limbs Umbilical region
Inferior region in the middle column Contains part of the small intestine, the urinary bladder, and sigmoid colon of large intestine Hypogastric region
Superior region lateral to the epigastric region Contains part of the liver, the gallbladder, part of the right kidney Right hypochondriac region
Superior region lateral to the epigastric region Contains part of the stomach, spleen, left colic flexure of large intestine, and part of left kidney Left hypochondriac region
Middle region lateral to umbilical region Contains ascending colon and right colic flexure of the large intestine, the superior part of the cecum, part of the right kidney, and part of the small intestine Right lumbar region
Middle region lateral to the umbilical region Contains the descending colon, part of the left kidney, part of the small intestine Left lumbar region
Inferior region lateral to the hypogastric region Contains the inferior end of the cecum, the appendix, and part of the small intestine Right iliac region
Inferior region lateral to the hypogastric region Contains the junction parts of the colon, part of small intestine Left iliac region
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