Peritoneal Cavity

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Peritoneal Cavity–Abdomen Axial 1 Normal anatomy The abdominal peritoneal cavity can be divided by the transverse mesocolon into the supramesocolic and inframesocolic compartments. The supramesocolic compartment can be subdivided into…

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Abdomen

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Abdomen Axial 1 Diagnostic Consideration In magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), all signal intensity is relative; signal intensity varies depending on the type of MR sequence. High signal intensity on T1-weighted…

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Female Pelvis

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Female Pelvis Axial 1 Female Pelvis Axial 2 Female Pelvis Axial 3 Female Pelvis Axial 4 Normal Anatomy The piriformis muscle occupies most of the greater sciatic foramen. On this…

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Male Pelvis

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* For Peritoneal Cavity–Pelvis, see Chapter 3 ( pp. 166-205 ). Male Pelvis Axial 1 Normal Anatomy The gonadal vessels refer to the testicular artery and testicular vein in males…

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Penis and Male Urethra

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Penis and Male Urethra Axial 1 Diagnostic Consideration Common indications for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the penis include detection and staging of penile and urethral malignancies, evaluation of penile…

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Prostate and Seminal Tract

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Prostate and Seminal Tract Axial 1 Prostate and Seminal Tract Axial 2 Prostate and Seminal Tract Axial 3 Normal anatomy The seminal vesicles are paired accessory sex glands that produce…

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Scrotum and Testes

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Scrotum and Testes Axial 1 Normal anatomy On magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the testicles (testes) are of uniform intermediate signal intensity on T1-weighted images, moderately high signal intensity on T2-weighted…

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Biliary System

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Biliary System Axial 1 Normal Anatomy The normal gallbladder wall should be thin, measuring no more than 3 mm in thickness when well distended. Pathologic Process Thickening of the gallbladder wall…

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Overview of Pelvis

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Arteries and Veins of Pelvis: Female Arteries and Veins of Pelvis: Male Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pelvis and Genitalia: Female Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pelvis and Genitalia: Male…

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Overview of Abdomen

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Anterior Abdominal Wall: Intermediate Dissection Anterior Abdominal Wall: Internal View Posterior Abdominal Wall: Internal View Peritoneum of Posterior Abdominal Wall

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