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7/23/24

Anatomy of the Biliary Region of the Digestive System - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Anatomy of the Biliary Region of the Digestive System - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts the anatomy of the duodenum and surrounding abdominal structures using two illustrations. The first graphic is an anterior (front) cut-away view of the abdominal region displaying the following organs: the liver, gall bladder, large intestine (colon), pancreas, and small intestine. The second illustration pictures the deeper anatomical structures of the abdomen, showing the right and left lobes of the liver, aorta, duodenum, greater duodenal papilla, jejunum, vena cava and superior mesenteric blood vessels.

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