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Illustration of dissection of the dorso-lateral body wall (left view)showing such longitudinal structures as the external abdominal oblique muscle, quadratus lumborum m., psoas major m., and the inferior vena cava (abdominal levels only)

Rehman I, Smith CF - Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy Teaching Collection (2002)

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Affiliation: University of Southern California. Norris Medical Library.

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dorso-lateral body wall; external abdominal oblique muscle; quadratus lumborum muscle; psoas major muscle; inferior vena cava
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Figure 1: dorso-lateral body wall; external abdominal oblique muscle; quadratus lumborum muscle; psoas major muscle; inferior vena cava


Illustration of dissection of the dorso-lateral body wall (left view)showing such longitudinal structures as the external abdominal oblique muscle, quadratus lumborum m., psoas major m., and the inferior vena cava (abdominal levels only)

Rehman I, Smith CF - Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy Teaching Collection (2002)

dorso-lateral body wall; external abdominal oblique muscle; quadratus lumborum muscle; psoas major muscle; inferior vena cava
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Figure 1: dorso-lateral body wall; external abdominal oblique muscle; quadratus lumborum muscle; psoas major muscle; inferior vena cava

View Image: - USC Source

Affiliation: University of Southern California. Norris Medical Library.

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Related in: MedlinePlus