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Abdomen

Pancreas

The Pancreas is a soft, delicately lobulated, elongated exo-endocrine gland. It is formed of basically 2 parts: the Exocrine and the Endocrine. The exocrine part secretes the pancreatic juice and the endocrine part secretes the hormones, viz., insulin, etc. The pancreas (in Greek pan: all 1 kreas:

Peritoneum

The peritoneum lines the interior of the abdominopelvic cavity and is a large slim serous membrane. Peritoneum forms the biggest serous sac of the body and is comprised of a strong layer of elastic tissue lined with the basic squamous epithelium. It resembles the pleura and serous

Common Hepatic Artery

The common hepatic artery is a medium-sized section of the celiac trunk. It splits within its two concluding sections after it travels towards the right, the hepatic artery proper along with the gastroduodenal artery. The hepatic artery proper rises within the free edge of the lesser omentum

Portal Vein

The Portal Vein is a significant venous route [about 3 inches (7.5 cm) in length], which collects blood from (i) abdominal and pelvic parts of the alimentary tract (with the exception of lower part of the anal canal), (ii) gallbladder, (iii) pancreas, and (iv) spleen, and transports

Transverse Colon

Transverse colon is the longest (20 inch/50cm in length) and most active part of the large intestine. It stretches via the right colic flexure (in right lumbar region) to the left colic flexure (in the left hypochondriac region). Transverse colon is not transverse however creates a reliant

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