Table 2.6a. List of common organs within each abdominal region. List does not include every organ or all of their locations. 3. The abdominopelvic cavity may also be divided into 4 abdominal quadrants using a single vertical plane, marked by the midline and a single horizontal plane marked by the umbilicus (note: the umbilicus may be inferior to this landmark in some individuals). Using figure 1.6b, label the 4 quadrants of the abdominopelvic cavity on a human torso model. Figure 2.6b Abdominal Quadrants 4. Use table 2.6b to place the major abdominal organs in their appropriate abdominal quadrants. Abdominal Quadrant Organs left upper quadrant right upper quadrant left lower quadrant right lower quadrant 8 right upper quadrant left upper quadrant right lower quadrant left lower quadrant right hypochondriac epigastric lef hypochondriac liver gallbladder liver stomach pancreas adrenal glands stomach pancreas spleen right lumbar umbilical lef lumbar right kidney ascending colon small intestine transverse colon small intestine ureters left kidney descending colon small intestine right iliac hypogastric lef iliac appendix cecum right ovary uterus urinary bladder descending colon sigmoid colon left ovary
Table 1.6b. List of organs within each abdominal quadrant. Does not include all organs and some organs extend into other quadrants. 5. Complete lab assessment 2.6 Activity 2 – 7: Body Surface Regions Students of anatomy should become familiar with the most commonly terms used to locate specific areas on the surface of the body. 1. Identify the body surface regions in figure 2.7 on a human torso model. 2. Complete Lab Assessment 2.7. 9 Right Upper Quadrant Lef Upper Quadrant liver gallbladder small intestine right adrenal gland right kidney ascending colon stomach spleen pancreas left adrenal gland left kidney descending colon Right Lower Quadrant Lef Lower Quadrant right kidney ascending colon cecum appendix right ovary right kidney descending colon sigmoid colon left ovary
a. anterior view b. posterior view By Jmarchin [CC BY-SA 3.0 ()], via Wikimedia CommonsD Figure 2.7 Common body regions of the body 10 cephalic frontal otic buccal nasal orbital oral mental cervical acromial axillary mammary sternal pectoral brachial antecubital carpal digital umbilical inguinal genital femoral patellar crural tarsal pedal abdominal occipital cervical scapular lumbar vertebral gluteal popliteal sural plantar sacral perineal antebrachial
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- Spring '17
- cranial cavity, abdominopelvic cavity, Anatomical terms of location, Peritoneum