ABDOMEN, ANATOMY - stock photo
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Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. The thoracic organs (lungs and heart) are visible in the upper part of the picture. Their blood vascularization (arteries in red and veins in royal blue) and the bronchial branching (in white) are depicted. The esophagus (in reddish brown) emerges in the abdominal cavity, where the deep organs appear here because of the withdrawal of the liver, the gallblader and the stomach. The adrenal glands (in orange, in background) lies on top of each kidney (in burgundy, discernible only in the right abdominal side). Located below the right adrenal gland, the duodenum (in nude), first segment of the small intestine, is visible in section. The pancreas (in orange) is located at its left on the picture. The Wirsung's duct (in white) goes across the pancreas to empy pancreatic juice into the small intestine. The splenic artery (in red) branches from the celiac trunk, which emerges from the abdominal aorta; it irrigates the pancreas and the spleen (in plum), located sideways, on the abdominal wall. The adrenal glands are irrigated by the adrenal artery. The large intestine (in brown) is composed of the ascending (in the right abdominal side), transverse (horizontally), descending (left abdominal side) and sigmoid (not visible here) colons. Three longitudinal muscle strips, the tenia coli (in red), are present on the transverse colon; they curled up the colon on itself to form bulges. The colon borders the numerous convolutions of the small intestine, which is made of the duodenum, the jejunum (in peach) and the ileum (in nude). The stump of the left thigh reveals blood and lymph circulations (vessels in white and nodes in yellow).


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