Picture Tests in Anatomy - Abdomen - Posterior Wall 3

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After completion of this video, you will be able to identify and discuss some features of the retroperitoneum: Identify and describe the muscles of the posterior abdominal wall and the fasciae that cover them: psoas major, quadratus lumborum, iliacus, and transversus abdominis. Understand how the transversalis fascia differs from parietal peritoneum. Describe the anatomical basis of psoas sign. Identify the lumbar sympathetic trunk. Describe the anatomical basis that lumbar sympathectomy can result in improving the blood supply of lower limb arteries. Identify the left renal vein and the veins draining into it. Describe the anatomical basis of the nutcracker syndrome. Identify the vertebral levels of the unpaired visceral branches of the abdominal aorta: celiac trunk, superior mesenteric, and inferior mesenteric. Identify the median sacral artery and its origin. Identify the anatomical structures revealed in a normal IVP. Identify the hiatuses of the diaphragm. Describe how a cranial nerve enters the abdomen. 

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