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Large intestine

The large intestine is the last part of the GI tract. It functions to absorb water from fecal matter and helps the body get rid of the remaining waste material. More.
  1. Large intestine
    Structure of the large intestine, including the mucosa and musculature.
  2. Rectum and anal canal
    Structures of the rectum and anal canal seen on a coronal section, anterior view of the female pelvis.
  3. Arteries of the large intestine
    Arteries of the large intestine seen from an anterior view, with the jejunum and ileum removed, and transverse colon reflected.
  4. Blood vessels of the rectum
    Arteries and veins of the rectum.

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