Abdomen Anatomy in 7 Days

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abdomen anatomy

Nine Region of abdomen

Abdominal Muscles (chart)

Rectus sheath (chart and diagram)

Lumbar plexus (chart)

Inguinal Ligament, Canal, Hernia

Inguinal ligament

inguinal canal

Inguinal hernia

Hesselbach’s triangle (4 in 1)

Mid point of inguinal ligament &
mid inguinal point

Blood Supply of Abdomen

Whole body blood supply
(only one chart)

Abdominal aorta (chart)

Coeliac trunk (chart)

Superior mesenteric artery

Inferior mesenteric artery

Rectum and anal canal
(blood supply)

Venous Drainage of Abdomen

Portacaval anastomosis

Portal vein tributaries

Rectum and anal canal


Peritoneum (overall)

Epiploic Foramen or
foramen of winslow

Lesser Omentum

Uterus Anatomy

Support of Uterus

Round Ligament of Uterus

Broad ligament of uterus

Recto uterine pouch
/ Pouch of douglas


Duodenum anatomy - 1st part

Duodenum anatomy - 2nd part

Duodenum anatomy - 3rd part

Duodenum anatomy - 4th part


Pancreas anatomy (chart)


Stomach anatomy

Stomach bed


Pancreas anatomy (chart)


Pancreas anatomy (chart)

Kidney Anatomy

Kidney anatomy

Kidney : anterior relatiom

Kidney : Posterior relation

NEET PG - Recall Question

Liver Anatomy

Liver anatomy

Ligament of liver

Tracing of liver ligament

Bare area of liver

Calot’s Trigeminal : Cholecystectomy
(Boundaries, content)

Other Topics

Perineum - chart

Pudendal canal

Greater and lesser sciatic foramen

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