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9-A bony landmarks

Using the skeleton to describe the boundaries of the soft part of the abdomen

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9-B extent of cavity

looking at the true extent of the peritoneal cavity using a skeleton

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9-C surface markings

Describing important surafce markings of the abdomen using a skeleton

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9-D bony landmarks

Identifying the bony landmarks of the abdomen on a cadaver.

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9-P dermatomes

Nerve supply of the abdominal wall. A dermatome is an area of skin supplied by a single sensory spinal nerve, a myotome is a block of muscle supplied by a single spinal nerve. In the abdominal wall…

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9-Q bowel pain

Understanding the anatomy of referred pain; pain which arises from disease in one part of the body but if felt by the patient in the skin of the patient.

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10-C inferior ligaments

locating folds of peritoneum, reminants of the bilateral umbilical arteries and a degenerated connection from the bladder to the umbilicus, the urachus, on the inner surface of the lower abdominal…

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10-G open abdomen

The open anterior abdominal wall

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10-M finding the stomach

Finding the stomach under the left dome of the diaphragm

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12-A Exposure of the abdominal cavity

Opening the abdomen to view the containts

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12-B overall position of bowel in abdomen

Overview of the position of the organs within the abdominal cavity

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12-C infracolic compartment

The part of the abdominal cavity which lies below the transverse colon is called the infracoloic compartment

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