Abdominal Regions

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Abdominal Regions

abdominal regions

Each of the 9 abdomen regions hold their own important organs: Right upper quadrant – This will be assessed by doctors for tenderness and also localised pain from organs such as the gall bladder, liver, colon (hepatic flexure), duodenum, and the upper part of the pancreas.

Region 9 is known as the left iliac fossa region, home to the descending colon. There are nine regions of the abdomen that house various organs. These regions are broken into three areas: the upper, middle, and lower abdomen. In the upper abdomen, the right hypochondriac, epigastric, and left hypochondriac regions reside.

Please try again later. Here are some of the major organs that you’ll find in each of the four abdominal quadrants: Right Upper Quadrant: Liver, stomach, gallbladder, duodenum, right kidney, pancreas, and the right adrenal gland. Left Upper Quadrant: Liver, stomach, pancreas, left kidney, spleen, and the left adrenal gland.

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