The posterior abdominal wall

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Transversus

Quadratus lumborum Psoas major

Genitofemoral nerve

Transversus

Celiac Arcuate Line

Fig.20.1

The structures of the posterior abdominal wall

Fig.20.1

The structures of the posterior abdominal wall

Median sacral artery

Papilla

Minor calices Pyramid

Interlobar artery

Arcuate vessels

Inferior phrenic artery Oesophagus

Coeliac artery

Superior mesenteric artery

Iliohypogastric nerve

Ilioinguinal nerve

Gonadal artery Inferior mesenteric artery

Femoral nerve

Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh

Fat Anterior Thighs

Fig.20.2

A section through the right kidney.

The small diagram shows how the renal columns represent the cortices of adjacent fused lobes

Major calix

Ureter Hilar fat

Renal columns

Fig.20.2

A section through the right kidney.

The small diagram shows how the renal columns represent the cortices of adjacent fused lobes

Suprarenal

Suprarenal

Minor And Major Renal Calices Diagram

Fig.20.3

The anterior relations of the kidneys

Duodenum Liver ■ Colon

Small intestine

Fig.20.3

The anterior relations of the kidneys

Spleen Stomach Pancreas Colon

Small intestine

Posterior Relations The Kidney

Fig.20.4

The posterior relations of the kidneys

Diaphragm Outline of pleura 12th rib

Transversus abdominis Subcostal nerve Ilio-inguinal nerve

Quadratus lumborum Psoas major

Fig.20.4

The posterior relations of the kidneys

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