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5.2.15 Review of stomach and intestines


Now that we've looked at the whole length of the gastro-intestinal tract, let's review what we've seen.

Here's the stomach, with its greater curve, and lesser curve. Here's the esophago-gastric junction, the fundus, the pylorus, and the pyloric antrum.

Here's the dependent greater omentum, the gastro-colic ligament, the gastro-splenic ligament, the lesser omentum, and the epiploic foramen.

Here's the duodenum, the jejuno-ileum, the cecum, the vermiform appendix, the ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon, and sigmoid colon. Here's one of the teniae coli, and the haustra of the colon.

Here's the mesentery and its divided root. Here's the transverse mesocolon, and its divided root. and here are the rectum, and the anus.

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