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Abdomen

Ovaries

Ovaries are those female organs which are the homologous of testes in the male. These can also be termed as female gonads. Their work is to generate female gametes termed as oocytes (mature ova). The ovaries are shaped like an almond and are grayish pink in color.

Stomach

The Stomach is the part of the alimentary canal between the esophagus and the duodenum. It is the widest and most distensible part. Synonyms: Gaster (in Greek); venter (in Latin).   Functions The key functions of stomach are: Creates a reservoir of food. Blends food with gastric

Arcuate Arteries (Kidneys)

These arteries are on the medullocortical junction, where they create a vascular cap above the convex side of the bases of the pyramids. While altogether staying in the similar arcuate plane alongside the surface of the kidney, they subdivide within various sections. These divisions are often referred

Large Intestine

The Large Intestine is amde up of caecum, colon, rectum and anus. The length of the large intestine goes about 1.5 m. It starts from the caecum to its right, iliac fossa to the anus in the perineum. As compared to the small intestine, it is more

External Oblique

It emerges from external surfaces and inferior boundaries of the lower eight ribs that consists of the area between rib five to rib twelve, on an anteriorly rounded oblique line running downward as well as backwards on the side of the rib cage. Insertion Its insertion is

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