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The hilum pulmonalls Is! S Gross anatomy of the lungs Apex pulmorls nssura obtqua Ungut. Assura obllqua SJperlor drxtri llltJnc: The perihi1arfung region is also covered by tile heart.
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JTI elmnl nuliognlph -. ICNIY a-. JO Right lung: JJ Left lung: C Literal view. B Posterfor view. Llmg nsectlons Lung c: Sullteons exploit the AernOYII of one or more segments. C Pneumanedxnny: The and sinisber. The resplratDry portion mrulsts of the bronchiolus resplratDrlus. Oiares, sacculi alwolires, and iiW! Gn sm.! Dlfl'udDn olmnca: In dlsaJalllcumphySO! TWo reduoes tho! As the pleural cavity I!
The air pressure dlffi! Contraction oftile lungs Increases the pulmonary pressure and l! For fordble explraHon, tile mm. Pleural cavity expansion ln. Pleural cavity contraction Apertura thorodca superiar Fig. Bfor vtew. C Mterolitaal view. Lung expanslon Pulmo d - full lrl! Lung contraction Plllmo dl! I fig. Mty,lhe enlfre brondllal tree mCM! S witilin the lung. Is nonnally sNied from the outside e'Mronmsrt.
The unln Jred lung ccntlnues to function under normal pressLrewriltfons. This mabrleflapalbwsalrtoenter, but notesape. The tile pulmonary lobuli!:!..
Jibus medus l. Or Apexcorch l. The br. Origin from an a. Innervation blue. The peribronchial network fullowsltle bronchial tree, subpleural networlc collects lymph from ltle peripheral lung and pleura viscera lis. The Rg. Trocheo To truncus broncho- - - - - - - -.
Lymph then passes sequentially through the nil. S Nil. Jius stJ: How would you proceed? Segments a. Glandulae Suprarenales: Anatomy Surface Anatomy.. J Pelvic: Uiata Splllillr. Wm flg. Os coxae consists of the os mum. NI arU! Splnallaa anterfor Splnallllca posl8! UO saaoll;oa Tubora. Ossaaum Proc.
Is plbla A Antl! N Dills Ill Fcnml'11 - - -. Superior viNr I e Ill. A Pelvic mHSurenMnls. Supertor view Tr. Labrum hb! See Table Q Dlsals - - The postefllll' ar deep abdominal mil mwdes notlbly them, ps: Gbliquus emmus. XIeml umblllcalts recti llbclom'nts. Ia mint anterior M. Mis M. Ctoralis major, ;lind m. The c:. Floct ; Aponeurosis of m. Apeurolls of m. C Rlmo'llfd: Pial P' rimllls. UIIl-- - M. Jipa's fascia - ng. The three foswe ofttle anta1or abdomlrlill wall dt'chd an: Jtj nus rnsulnallnd flmonl hemlu lndtect lnguhal hemtas ocxur lnyounger m;aler.
Femcnl hemlas are acquired. Anukls tngl. UI Prepulfum dttorldll A Reglo perin91ls. Mans p! The green a! TOWS lndltiltt'! Mile l. Ossaaum M. Kies Rg. Cibllquus Trochanta' ' Diaphragma Pelvis Muscle Fads Rg. J3 MIIKies of dl. J4 Sphlndl!
I'SUIIpel1nel pro undl. Qondulae supro ISV8'Sum and colon llgmoklol. The p4! The colon tranM! Hepar, lobus sillslll! I'SUIO abdomlnls, mm. SIOenUI abdomlnlt, mm. J21trlcl rnfellar Plc. Intraperitoneal inl2stinum ll! Bursa omental is if. Ganer -;: Nie Fig. Dnellls Anterior view. IJlbuJ hl! J i toneal lldroperttoneal! J liiiUIIdlns i Secondarily! GltareJS femoris later.. Ilia c: Jnoldtum Rg. A Pilrasaglttill section, 'oW: P"n pasb!
Ilium ull! Intestlnum b! Coronil secUon, anterior view. MldSilglttal section, VIewed from the left stele. IftanNfe llocbm Rg. Csllnum 'b! Vesi PerltDneum, lomlna par1. Dweslclllo Spllllum relrapl! J 1M llwls d tt. I Ir, IMUcl p. I ffiiiUn l fpe-lo j IMtorani Fud;o lnforlor dlaplngmatls pelwts L: US porls M. ITOI Anterior vlew.
Hadca 8 Male. B PQstalor view.
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These duro mil ' be eunlned by X Pllaoedrarlo.. IDdonl Pars as A. J jeJunum and Ileum: Uon fig. JO Wall sbuctllre oflnb! Plcae r: A jejunum.
Colon tranM! Gaster, jejunum, and Ileum. Veslolbiliiris Omentum ninus,llg. Dduodenale Lien Llg. CUra c: The ilppendlx, RJ. U lntestl I Nonnal radiographic appearance. OoublecontRst r. Typlall ftlptams lndude dtiiTheo sometmos IMth bload , '1, weight lrm, and hllomrnatlon d other orpnJ.
Pltlenb In! M allltll. Blood n the s! Hemanholds ""'nota Alf! The tumur p! JB Oaiure of the retblm IBt latwal view. J7 Rectum: Lociltlon Uon. It functions In tile maintenance of fl! Cdon 1lgiTIDidoum u. Oslllum O. The middle third Is c:: Taeniae coli A.
Plica n! IUS "''! Overview I all J Fig. R Jilllt: A Antaior view. I Posmiorvltw. Omentum mtus Bu,.. Hepar Is lntrr peritoneal! C TranMr5e section, inftrior view. Intalb duodenl Uen Flexur.
Lobus hep. IIU's v. Nr gastr1a mtstra M. Dlllphragma PUimo nallnortae A. Mfttdon of hepir Anlllfor view. The components ofthe portal trrad a. Area of Drgiln allltad: Vlsanl surface, lnflrlor view. IV view. XIfi and slnlstl! Imatka ldKa hopotls dall!
Lobus hepatls d-r. Nngulare declnlm A. Locatfon Locatfon Projection onto surf.! Remoloett Gaster,lnte51lnum tl! II'5um, ;md large portions of hepar. S dexter Ductus Ampulla ho! Is s1m! S, such as d! Jctus dloltdoc: Galstones may also block the d. Gallllrones Ultr. Black a! Location Omo! CJNa P. NIIs V. NIII "-les n!
A Costal surf. Stlnum tl! I Dliphr. Nh hepatoduod! I'Se section Inferior view. Section through ll vertl! CliVI lnti! OVerview Rg. JI lens gil. Ur Rg. A Left gland. Bolh renes and gil. Je Vv. Nitsslnlltra ll A R. NIIs slntstra Tn. NIIs dex1n V.
Stfnal organs, along with fat Cilpsule left side. Features J Ill Rg. Cilpsula adlpow rents. E I Dlaphrag,.. SUPillrenllls P. Retnowtt Capsula adlposare11ls.
P phrenca Inferior V. Uta propria A. SIC r. I'SUS abdomlrfs, m. Radl meG.
Ilares Sinus rm;oils A. Nh PeMsrm;o! IS lketo! Nh Qpsl. Nb Clllyx renal Is minor D Mldlongltudlnal section. IIlia ecberni ind lnbl! Gl;lndll; supnends SlriSII'und ren stnllt! Riacl M. Dtlllls medllna A. I llectum Wlith peritanal CIM! CllrpiiS Ug. Colon slgmoldeum and meocolon si!
Parasagittal -con, vill! Mkls;glttill section. J Antl! Pmstata hrs mO! Glandula bubourethralis publcus Crus penis with m. I'fldalls 8 Male pelvls In Clli'Onal section. L - - - Ostium urollrio vm: L"' Cilondula A lntmlal and external genitalia. DucWs deferens The male urethra serves as a common uri- nary and genital passage. Posterior 'ew of DVil rlum dextl! Tubol LIRrino l I. Irus, fades - - posllrlor Ug. Angle between the curpus uteri and Isthmus. Midsagitbl section, IBI: KIIwaglnale M. Transwrse section Inferior'ilew.
CID- utmnum Rg. The vagina ili both pelvic and perine. It is also Cdon Fund"' M 1 i slglllllldoum Osllum A. Im pemel V. Mane lm! IF-- - - Nn. Ores D Nn. Ulhotllmy position. IMtOt arl M.
A Artl! Anuwrngutnalll Fasd'acremalt2! Contents Cross section. Symphyob publco A. Plelllls p;o"'fllnlfomis w. Thnswne section through right testis, superior Wlw. Jj'-lluctlls epldldymlcls caput epldldymkls A. Drtl D Tubuli semlnlferi. A Posb! II MRl. Coronal sedfon, anlll!! II Sagittal section, left lmr;;ll view. D l'll! W- tatae doxller n,. In artlln prosbrte dlselse, epedally ana measured by a simple blood test. IIIOingumts l1uda splrnlllllal emma Ug.
Skin and fasda. Glans penis 8 Oorsalv. JSculature ci1he penis. CU13neu5 fe'roorts pos11erlor N. Gubernaculum testis C Birth. Tunica vaglnalls testis, lamina Pilrfetalls and viscera lis D After obliteration of the processus vaglnalls of the peritoneum. Tdal prtnonlh. RSOrtJm Utriculus pra: Nonfuncllonng 18nnanb In lllllla. Before bifu. Supplle the structure of the foregut. The foregut consists of the eophagus distal hill!
Supplies the strud1Jres of the midgut: Supplles the structures of the hindgut: Cil prq! Kica l mmunlS Aatl abdominal is A. Oesaphagw; Gasur Hepar 'Valc: Jnol6eum Rectum Clnalisanalts flg.
Abdominal organs and peritoneum. CI'Jll Inti!! Gill rial, s'rJ! Illata lnuma, dexb! Eadl renal artl! Stenosis of a. J blood flowtllroughthe lddneyand stfml. S angloten! It would also be useful on the shelves of physiotherapy and occupatidnal therapy school libraries as a resource for student projects.
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