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Posterior Abdominal Wall: Conclusion

by James Pickering, PhD
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    00:00 So in this lecture we've looked at the posterior abdominal wall. We've looked at the boundary and muscles that form the substance of the posterior abdominal wall like the diaphragm, psoas muscles, quadratus lumborum and iliacus. We have looked at the origin, attachment, nerve supply. We then looked in a bit more detail at the abdominal aorta and its position, vascular planes and also the inferior vena cava. It's positioned to the right of the aorta and the tributaries that drain into it.

    00:32 And then we have looked at the subcostal nerves and the lumbar plexus, these somatic nerves that form on the posterior abdominal wall.


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