Large Intestine: Conclusion

by James Pickering, PhD

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    00:01 So in conclusion, we have looked at the position of the large intestine with kind of viewed it onto the wall of the abdomen, looked at the surface anatomy.

    00:08 And then we have explored the gross anatomy of the large intestine looking at the cecum and the appendix.

    00:13 And then we spoke about the appendicitis briefly. Relations of the large intestine to other abdominal organs. We have looked at the wall structure and diverticulosis and how that is related to the diverticulitis.

    00:26 We then briefly towards the end, looked at the arterial supply to the large intestine and how the superior, inferior mesentery arteries and the formation of the marginal artery contribute to its blood supply. And then briefly again at the end, we looked at the autonomic control of the large intestine.

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    The lecture Large Intestine: Conclusion by James Pickering, PhD is from the course Abdomen.

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    1. Superior mesenteric and inferior mesenteric arteries
    2. Superior mesenteric only
    3. Inferior mesenteric only
    4. Celiac artery
    5. Portal circulation

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     James Pickering, PhD

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