Pelvis Mri Anatomical Structure

Pelvis Mri Anatomical Structure
 

Pelvis Mri Anatomical Structure

 
Pelvis Mri Anatomical Structure

Pelvis Mri Anatomical Structure

In this image, you will find ascending colon, appendix, psoas muscle, ureter, gluteus minimus, lumbosacral trunk, gluteus medius, gluteus maximus, sacroiliac joint, the lateral sacral crest in it.

You may also find erector spinal muscles, sacral foramina, sacral nerve, external iliac vein, internal iliac artery, iliacus, descending colon, rectus abdominis muscle as well.

 

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