1. Lung

2. Sternum

3. Diaphragm

4. Liver

5. Lesser omentum

6. Left gastric artery

7. Stomach

8. Pancreas

9. Transverse colon

10. Greater omentum

11. Superior mesenteric vein

12. Duodenum (descending part)

13. Inferior mesenteric artery

14. Common iliac artery and vein

15. Umbilicus

16. Rectus abdominis muscle

17. Promontorium

18. Right atrium

19. Spinal cord

20. Liver (caudate lobe)

21. Ligamenta flava

22. Thoracic vertebra (T10)

23. Spinous process

24. Hepatic portal vein

25. Inferior vena cava

26. Inferior mesenteric artery

27. Anterior longitudinal ligament

28. Thoracolumbar fascia

29. Intervertebral disk (L1-L2)

30. Cauda equina

31. Spinal dura

32. Lumbar vertebra (L4)

33. Erector spinae muscle

34. Sacrum

35. Gastro-omental lymph nodes

36. Pancreatic lymph nodes

37. Postcaval lymph nodes

38. Mesenteric lymph nodes

39. Common iliac lymph nodes

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