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Abdomen and pelvis

Abdomen: Axial MRI T2

In this series of axial MRI T2 scans of the abdomen, you will learn the detailed radiological anatomy of the abdomen (organs, vessels, bones, muscles etc).
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  1. Third lumbar vertebra level
    Viscera, vessels and muscles at the vertebra L3 level.

Abdomen: Axial CT

In this series of CT axial sections of the abdomen you can learn the viscera as well as the bones, muscles, and vessels of this area.
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  1. Tenth thoracic vertebra level (section 1/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra T10.
  2. Eleventh thoracic vertebra level (section 2/14)
    Axial CT images at the level of vertebra T11.
  3. Eleventh thoracic vertebra level (section 3/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra T11.
  4. Twelfth thoracic vertebra level (section 4/14)
    Axial CT images at the level of vertebra T12.
  5. First lumbar vertebra level (section 5/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra L1.
  6. First lumbar vertebra level (section 6/14)
    Structures of the abdomen at the level of vertebra L1.
  7. Second lumbar vertebra level (section 7/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra L2.
  8. Second lumbar vertebra level (section 8/14)
    Axial CT images at the level of vertebra L2.
  9. Third lumbar vertebra level (section 9/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra L3.
  10. Third lumbar vertebra level (section 10/14)
    Structures of the abdomen at the level of vertebra L3.
  11. Fourth lumbar vertebra level (section 11/14)
    Radiological anatomy at the level of vertebra L4.
  12. Fourth lumbar vertebra level (section 12/14)
    Axial CT images at the level of vertebra L4.
  13. Fourth lumbar vertebra level (section 13/14)
    Structures of the abdomen at the level of vertebra L4.
  14. Fifth lumbar vertebra level (section 14/14)
    Structures of the abdomen at the level of vertebra L5.

Female pelvis: Axial CT

Learn the organs of the female pelvis as well as the bones, muscles and vessels in this series of CT axial sections.
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  1. Fifth lumbar vertebra level (section 1/13)
    Organs and surrounding structures of the female pelvis.
  2. Ascending colon level (section 2/13)
    Structures seen at the level of the ascending colon.
  3. Cecum level (section 3/13)
    Structures seen at the level of the cecum.
  4. First sacral foramen level (section 4/13)
    Organs, muscles and bones at the level of the 1st sacral foramen.
  5. Second sacral foramen level (section 5/13)
    Structures of the female pelvis at the level of the 2nd sacral foramen.
  6. Third sacral foramen level (section 6/13)
    Muscles, bones and organs at the level of the 3rd sacral foramen.
  7. Fourth sacral foramen level (section 7/13)
    Organs of the female pelvis at the level of the 4th sacral foramen.
  8. Uterus level (section 8/13)
    Structures of the female pelvis at the level of the uterus.
  9. Rectum level (section 9/13)
    Organs and surrounding structures of the female pelvis at the level of the rectum.
  10. Bladder level (section 10/13)
    Structures of the female pelvis at the level of the bladder.
  11. Anal canal level (section 11/13)
    Bones, muscles and surrounding structures at the lower part of the female pelvis.
  12. Pubic symphysis level (section 12/13)
    Structures at the level of the pubic symphysis.
  13. Anus level (section 13/13)
    Structures at the lowest part of the female pelvis.

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