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Abdomen

Gallbladder

The Gallbladder is an elongated pear-shaped sac, with about 30-50 ml of capacity. It does the work of storing and concentrating the bile and eliminating it in the duodenum by its muscular contraction. Certain Radiopaque materials that are excreted in the bile are also concentrated in it.

Abdominal Aorta

Abdominal Aorta is the main blood vessel in the abdominal cavity. It is the largest blood vessel in the abdomen opposite to the lower border of the T12 vertebra or intervertebral disc between vertebrae T12 and L1 that starts as the continuance of descending thoracic aorta in

Right Colic Vein

Right Colic Vein arises from the attachment of the numerous venous arcs of the right colon wall and also via the marginal vein and drains the right colon. It anastomoses easily along with the ileocolic vein as well as the middle colic vein. It links the superior

Cystic Duct

The cystic duct runs backwards and downward from the neck of the gallbladder to run in the lesser omentum with common hepatic duct and joins it at an acute angle to create the bile duct. It is about 3-5 cm in length. It meets common hepatic duct, generally

Inferior Vena Cava (IVC)

Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) is the largest and the broadest vein of the body. Its function is to empty the majority of the blood from the body below the diaphragm into the right atrium of the heart. Formation, Course and Conclusion The union of left and right

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