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  • Cecum | anatomy | Britannica


    human digestive system: Anatomy. The cecum, the first part of the large intestine, is a sac with a closed end that occupies the right iliac fossa, the hollow of the inner side of the ilium (the upper part of the hipbone). Guarding the opening of the ileum (the terminal portion…. nutrition: Herbivores.

  • Picture of the Human Colon Anatomy & Common Colon ... - WebMD


    The ileum (last part of the small intestine) connects to the cecum (first part of the colon) in the lower right abdomen. The rest of the colon is divided into four parts: • The ascending colon travels up the right side of the abdomen. • The transverse colon runs across the abdomen. • The descending colon travels down the left abdomen.

  • Cecum - Human Anatomy - KnowYourBody.net


    Function of the Cecum. The cecum is the first part of the large intestine helps in receiving the liquid waste and helps in absorbing liquid from the wastage. Absorbing Salts: Apart from being a reservoir for liquid waste the cecum also helps in absorbing the salts and electrolytes from the liquid food waste.

  • The Cecum - Position - Vasculature - TeachMeAnatomy


    In this article, we shall look at the anatomy of the cecum – its anatomical structure, neurovascular supply and lymphatic drainage. Anatomical Structure and Relations. The cecum is the most proximal part of the large intestine and can be found in the right iliac fossa of the abdomen. It lies inferiorly to the ileocecal junction and can be palpated if enlarged due to faeces, inflammation or malignancy.

  • Cecum and vermiform appendix: Anatomy and function | Kenhub


    The cecum is the first part of the large intestine. It begins caudally from the ileocecal valve and ends blindly in the right iliac fossa. The vermiform appendix is attached dorsomedially to the end of the cecum. Contents. Macroscopic Anatomy Cecum. Vermiform Appendix. Microscopic Anatomy. Function Cecum.

  • Cecum - Wikipedia


    The cecum is an end point for the colon with a dead-end portion terminating with the appendix. The connection between the end of the small intestine (ileum) and the start (as viewed from the perspective of food being processed) of the colon (cecum) is now clearly understood, and is called the ileocolic orifice.

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