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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 33: Figure 1

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The abdominal viscera (digestive tract, seen from the front); the thoracic organs seen, in part, between in situ ribs.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed


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The abdominal viscera (digestive tract, seen from the front)

a) Clavicle.
b) Sternum.
c) First rib.
d) Tenth rib.
e) Costal cartilage.
f) Os ileum.
g) Os pubis.
h) m. Pectoralis minor.
i) m. Internal intercostal.
k) m. Subcostales
l) m. Subscapularis.
m) m. Latissimus dorsi.
n) mm. Abdominalis (mm. external oblique, internal oblique and transverses abdominis).
o) m. Sartorius.
p) m. Rectus femoris.
q) m. Tensor fasciae latae.
r) m. Adductor femoris longus.
s) m. Pectineus.
t) Poupart’s ligament (s. inguinal ligament).
u) Suspensory ligament of penis.
v) Penis.
w) Spermatic cord.
x) Lower fascial wall of m. external abdominal oblique.
y) Fascia transversalis.
z) Outer wall of the abdominal ring.

  1. axillary artery.
  2. axillary vein.
  3. Internal thoracic artery and vein (s. internal mammary).
  4. Anterior superior intercostal arteries.
  5. Anterior inferior intercostal arteries.
  6. Internal thoracic artery, sternal branches.
  7. Brachial plexus.
  8. Transverse scapular artery and vein, with subscapular nerve.
  9. Posterior intercostal artery.
  10. Intercostal nerves.
  11. Femoral artery.
  12. Femoral vein.
  13. Epigastric artery and vein.
  14. Great saphenous vein.
  15. Circumflex iliac artery and vein.
  16. Femoral nerve.
  17. Obturator nerve, anterior branch.
  18. Lateral anterior femoral cutaneous nerve.
  19. Iliohypogastric nerve, cutaneous branch.
  20. Femoral branch of the genitofemoral nerve.
  1. Costal pleura (s. parietal pleura).
  2. Left lung.
  3. Anterior mediastinum.
  4. Phrenic pleura (s. diaphragmatic pleura).
  5. Diaphragm.
  6. Peritoneum.
  7. External inguinal fossa.
  8. Peritoneum.
  9. Urinary bladder.
  10. Suspensory ligament.
  11. Umbilicus.
  12. Ligamentum teres hepatis (formerly umbilical vein).
  13. Lateral vesical ligament (formerly umbilical artery).
  14. Middle vesical ligament (formerly urachus).
  15. Stomach fundus (s. ventriculus).
  16. Right lobe of liver with gallbladder.
  17. Left lobe of liver with gallbladder.
  18. Transverse colon.
  19. Cecum.
  20. Jejunum and ileum.
  21. Descending colon.
  22. Sigmoid colon.
  23. Rectum.

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