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palmate folds 191 pancreas 89-95, 139-149 body 153-155 head 154, 157 tail 159 pancreatic duct 169 paracolic gutter left 85-91, 117-119 right 109-117 paravesical fossa 123 pedicle 143 pelvis female 170-207 axial 170-181 coronal 192-207 sagittal 182-191

male coronal 216-225 sagittal 208-213 penis deep dorsal vein 231 dorsal vein 213 fundiform ligament 227 root 131

suspensory ligament 129-131, 209,

227, 231 transverse sinus 37-39 pericardium 20-26, 30, 34-36, 39,

42-44, 50-52 perineal body 191, 209 phrenicomediastinal recess 47-49, 53 pinous process, (T6) 35 pleura parietal, costal part 151 portio 183, 191

presacral space 171, 183, 209-213 promontorium 141, 209 prostate 129-131 anterior fibromuscular stroma

209-211, 227-229 anterior portion 227-229 axial 226-229 capsule 227-229 central portion 227 central zone 209-211, 219-221, 229 isthmus 227

peripheral zone 209-213, 219-221,

227-229 transition zone 219, 227 pubic symphysis 131, 181, 193, 227, 231 pubis 129,183-185, 191-197, 209-219, 227-231 body 181,189

superior ramus 131, 179, 187 pulmonary trunk 15-17, 38, 49-51, 59, 75, 77

recto-vesical pouch 123-127, 209-213 rectouterine pouch (of Douglas) 175, 183,191

rectum 121-131, 161,173-183,191, 205, 209-213, 225 ampulla 129, 207, 223 wall 221

renal calices 97 renal cortex 95, 99-101 renal fascia 91-97, 103 renal hilum 99-103 renal pelvis 99-107 renal pyramids 93-107 renal sinus 93-97, 103-107 retropubic space 129-131, 209-213 ribs 3-31, 47-57,145,149 costal cartilage 23-25, 43 first 3-7, 47 second 5-7 third 7, 43, 57 fifth 49 sixth 45-47, 51 seventh 43, 53,151-153,159 ninth 57 tenth 55

eleventh 157,161, 202 root of mesentery 101

sacral canal 121-123 sacral plexus 119, 123, 223 sacroiliac joint 121, 159-161, 202-207, 221-225

sacrum 119-121, 125, 141, 159-161, 171-173, 183-188, 202-205, 211-213, 221, 225

ala 147,159, 221-223 lateral part 207, 215 (S1) 209, 223 sacrum (S2) 207 scapula 5-21, 45, 50, 57 scrotal cavity 231

left 231 scrotum septum 231 wall 231 seminal colliculus 209, 227 seminal gland 209-215, 221-225, 228 septa testis 231 septum 71 atrioventricular 67, 71-73 interarticular 35 interatrial 67

interventricular 23, 41, 45, 49, 67-73, 77

of scrotum 231 shoulder joint 55 articular cavity 51, 55

sinister 105 sinus coronary 23-25, 65 of pericardium 35 sinus. aortic 61

sinus subphrenicomediastinalis 51 spermatic cord 129-131 spermatic fascia 231 spinal cord 3-7, 11-29, 35-37, 51-57,

141, 183 thoracic part 9 spinal dura 202, 223 spine 3-11, 55 spine of scapula 7-11, 55 spinous process 23, 37, 55-57, 85, 141,

183, 207-211 spleen 29, 49-57, 85-93, 147-149, 155-161 hilum 89 sternoclavicular joint 31-32, 38, 47 sternum 15-21, 31-32, 47, 83, 141-143 body 13, 23, 36 manubrium 7-11, 34-38, 40 xiphoid process 35-37 stomach 29, 43-45, 69, 85-91,141-143, 149-151, 159-161 antrum 153-154 body 153 cardia 157 cardiac part 145 fundus 145-147, 153-157 pylorus 157 subphrenic recess 93-95

right 85-91 sulcus coronary 21 suprarenal gland 137,145,159-161

left 89-93 sympathetic trunk 5-7,11, 23-29, 159 symphysis 195 pubis 227

tendons 179, 197 common 179, 197 biceps femoris muscle 179 rectus femoris muscle 197 semimembranosus muscle 179 semitendinosus muscle 179 vastus lateralis muscle 197

testes 209-215 mediastinum 231 sagittal 230-231 thoracic duct 11-29, 53, 87-89 thoracolumbar fascia 85, 107-111, 141 thorax 2-57 axial 2-29 coronal 46-57 muscles 151 sagittal 30-45 thymus 7, 11

thyroid gland 3-5, 36-40, 49 tissues, epicardial fatty 69 trabecula, septomarginal 67 trabeculae carneae 69 trachea 3-11, 33, 36, 47-52

bifurcation 37 transverse process 21, 139, 185 lumber vertebra (L3)145 (L4) 201 transverse sinus pericardium 39 trigonum lumbale 111 trochanter greater (magnus) 129, 177-179,

199-203, 217-225 lesser 201, 221 tunica albuginea 231

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