Abdominal Regions Areas Lower Image

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Image: The lower abdomen can be divided into the following regions: The right lower quadrant (RLQ), suprapubic region, and left lower quadrant (LLQ). Now that we have divided the lower abdomen into different regions, let’s discuss the anatomy of each section. The below image can be used as a reference.

Lastly, the left lower section is the left lower quadrant (LLQ) – or left iliac region. Image: The lower abdomen can be divided into the following regions: The right lower quadrant (RLQ), suprapubic region, and left lower quadrant (LLQ). Now that we have divided the lower abdomen into different regions, let’s discuss the anatomy of each section.

The abdomen (commonly called the belly) is the body space between the thorax (chest) and pelvis. The diaphragm forms the upper surface of the abdomen. At the level of the pelvic bones, the abdomen ends and the pelvis begins. The abdomen contains all the digestive including the stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver, …

Abdominal Regions Areas Lower Image



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