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10-N transverse colon small bowel

Identifying the transverse colon and the small bowel which llies below the mestentry of the transverse colon

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10-O duodenum and small bowel mesentry

examination of the duodenum and small bowel mesentry

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12-D Duodenal_jejunal flexure

The location and description of the junction between the retroperitoneal duodenum and the jejunum which has a mesentry. The junction is where the bowel bends round a corner or 'flexes'…

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12-E small bowel mesentry

Small bowel and its mesentry

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12-I Blood supply jejunum ileum

Description of the blood supply of the jejunum and ileum and the differences in the anastomotic arcades and terminal vessels

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12-K Summary superior mesenteric artery

Summary of the superior mesenteric artery and its branches. The superior mesenteric artery is the arterial supply of the midgut extending from the duodenal papilla (between the second and third parts…

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12-M Differences ileum jejunum

Differences between the jejunum and the ileum

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12-R Removal of bowel from the abdomen

Final removal of the jejunum, ileum and colon from the abdomen to expose the structures which lie in the retroperitoneum

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11-B Overview of the bowel

Overview of the bowel, where it lies within the abdomen and which pieces are fixed to the posterior abdominal wall and which have a mesentry and are mobile.

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