So in conclusion we have looked at the fair
amount of detail into the small intestine.
Started off by looking at its
surface anatomy and where through
the skin, the duodenum, the
jejunum and ileum are located.
We then looked in more detail at the
individual organs, the part of the organs
the duodenum which is retroperitoneal
anchored to the posterior body wall.
And the jejunum and the ileum their specific
anatomy, their structure and function
and how they're suspended by the mesentery.
We then finished off briefly
by looking at the neurovascular
relations to the small intestine;
but we will cover these
in more detail later on.