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Gabriella Diah Pradaningpuri

The inferior border of the rectus sheath posteriorly is called


the

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In order to reduce a hernia (return it to the abdominal
cavity), a surgeon finds it necessary to ligate an artery in the
extraperitoneal connective tissue (preperitoneal fat)
running vertically ust medial to the bowel as the bowel
passes through the abdominal wall. This artery is the

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The celiac trunk branching
from the abdominal aorta at
the level of (skeletopy)

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Ligament of Treitz at the superior is attached to

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Name the type of the
hernia!

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Yellow incision

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A patient came complaining about hematemesis. Has a
history of chronic hepatitis, from physical examination is
found distended abdomen. The hematemesis is most
possibly caused by a rupture of the branch of .

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Yellow circle

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Borders of the pointed
structure

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In male, structure(s) that go(es) through the
pointed structure

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The liver is connected to the duodenum by the . Which
conducts the portal triad: , ,

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The stomach is connected to the inferior surface of the
diaphragm by the

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Embryology

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Rhythmic movements of the anterolateral abdominal wall
normally accompany respirations. If the abdomen is drawn
in as the chest expands and muscle rigidity is present, either
peritonitis or pneumonitis (inflammation of the lungs) may
be present. This movement is called

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Perforation of the posterior wall of the stomach results in the
passage of its fluid contents into the omental bursa. An
inflamed or injured pancreas can also result in the passage
of pancreatic fluid into the bursa, forming a

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Which part(s) of the duodenum has an attachment to other
organ?

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Name (minimal 3) positions of the
pointed structure

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The largest branch of celiac trunk?

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Skeletopy of pankreas

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Name the blue and green
lymph nodes

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The lowest peritoneal space when a person is laying on the
back is

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The subphrenic recesses are separated into right and left
recesses by

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Embryology

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Anatomically, the liver is divided into right and left lobes by
the plane of

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The arterial supply of the gallbladder and cystic duct is from
the cystic artery. This artery can be found in a triangle
shaped structure with (3) as the borders.

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