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Right upper quadrant
ascending & transverse colon
duodenum
gall bladder
hepatic flexure of the colon
liver
pancreas (head)
pylorus
right adrenal gland
right kidney (upper pole)
right ureter
Right lower quadrant
appendix
ascending colon
cecum right kidney (lower pole)
right ovary and tube
right ureter
right spermatic cord
Left upper quadrant
left adrenal gland
left kidney ( upper pole)
left ureter
pancreas
spleen
splenic flexure of colon
stomach
transverse and descending colon
left lower quadrant
left kidney (lower lobe)
left ovary and tube
left ureter
left spermatic cord
descending and sigmoid colon
midline
bladder
uterus
prostate gland
outer most layer of the abdominal wall
external abdominal oblique
middle layer of the abdominal wall
internal abdominal oblique
the inner most layer of the abdominal wall?
transverse abdominis
The location of the liver ?
fills most of the RUQ
composed of 4 lobes
extends to the left mid clavicular line
extends just below the right coastal margin( where it can be palpated)
If palpable the liver an be described as having a ?
soft consistency
Where is the pancreas located?
behind the stomache
deep in the upper abdomen
normally not palpable
extends from the RUQ to the LUQ
The functions of the pancreas?
accessory organ
and
endocrine gland
The functions of the liver ?
accessory digestion organ
metabolic and regulatory functions
Largest solid organ?
Liver
Where is the nurse most likely to palpate the liver?
just below the right coastal regions