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Spleen Anatomy Images

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Embryological origin of the spleen.
VID 132, frame 1

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Spleen location, frontal view.
VID 132, frame 2

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Splenic surfaces and relationships.
VID 132, frame 3

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Splenic arterial supply.
VID 132, frame 4

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Splenic pole vessels.
VID 132, frame 5

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Splenic vein.
VID 132, frame 6

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Tail of the pancreas.
VID 132, frame 7

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Peritoneal reflections of the spleen.
VID 132, frame 8

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Accessory splenic tissue can be found elsewhere in derivatives of the dorsal mesogastrium in 10-20% of individuals.
VID 132, frame 9

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Posterior view of spleen and upper abdominal viscera.
VID 132, frame 10

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Splenorenal and splenophrenic ligaments.
VID 132, frame 11

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Caudal view of spleen and upper abdominal organs.
VID 132, frame 12

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Splenorenal ligament from below.
VID 132, frame 13

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Spleen, stomach, kidney, caudal view.
VID 132, frame 14

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Lower pole splenic ligaments.
VID 132, frame 15

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Omentum at the lower pole of the spleen.
VID 132, frame 16

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Gastrosplenic and splenorenal ligaments, cross section.
VID 132, frame 17

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Gastrosplenic ligament stretched.
VID 132, frame 18

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Mobilization of the spleen.
VID 132, frame 19

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