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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 34: Figure 4

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The large intestine with its blood vessels, after removal of the small intestine.

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


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The large intestine with its blood vessels, after removal of the small intestine

a) Part of jejunum.
b) Termination of ileum.
c) Mesentery.
d) Cecum.
e) Ascending colon (s. right colon).
f) Transverse colon.
g) Descending colon (s. left colon).
h) Sigmoid colon (s. S romanum).
i) Origin of rectum.
k) Transverse mesocolon.
l) Right mesocolon.
m) Left mesocolom.
n) Mesocecum.

  1. Superior mesenteric artery.
  2. Superior mesenteric vein.
  3. Middle colic artery and vein.
  4. Right colic artery and vein.
  5. Ileocolic artery and vein.
  6. Inferior mesenteric artery.
  7. Inferior mesenteric vein.
  8. Left colic artery and vein.
  9. Superior rectal artery and vein.

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