Duodenum

The terminal part of the foregut and the cephalic part of the midgut form the duodenum. The junction of the two parts is directly distal to the origin of the liver bud (Figs. 13.14 and 13.15). As the stomach rotates, the duodenum takes

Liver Falciform ligament

Stomach

Diaphragm

7th rib

Porta hepatis

Omental (epiploic) foramen Duodenum Gallbladder

Costodiaphragmatic_ recess 10th rib 11th costal cartilage Transverse colon appearing in an unusual gap in the greater omentum Transversus abdominis

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