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ABDOMEN - Celiac Trunk, Superior Mesenteric Vessels and Related Viscera

ABDOMEN - Celiac Trunk, Superior Mesenteric Vessels and Related Viscera

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Study of the Celiac Trunk, Superior Mesenteric Vessels and Related Viscera

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Author By University of North Carolina, At Chapel Hill, USA
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TOC Step 1. Exposure of the lesser omentum
Step 2. Exposure of the lesser sac; the gastrocolic ligament
Step 3. Exposure of the transverse mesocolon
Step 4. Hepatoduodenal ligament and related structures
Step 5. Structures within the hepatoduodenal ligament
Step 6. Primary and secondary branches of the celiac trunk
Step 7. Parts of the pancreas
Step 8. Branches of the splenic and gastroduodenal vessels
Step 9. Pancreatic branches of the splenic artery
Step 10. Freeing of the descending portion of the duodenum
Step 11. Superior mesenteric vessels and its first branches
Step 12. Jejunum and ileum
Step 13. Internal anatomy of the jejunum and ileum
Step 14. Characteristics of the colon
Step 15. Internal anatomy of the cecum: ileocecal junction and the appendix

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