Nine Regions delineated by four planes and four quadrants.
1) Hypochonadriac ( Right and left)
2) Lumbar ( Right and left)
3) Iliac (Right and left)
4) Epigastric (upper mid)
5) Umbilical (center mid)
6) Hypogastric (Pubic)
Right Upper (RUQ), Left Upper(LUQ), Right lower(RLQ), left lower(LLQ).
centermost region, which includes the umbilicus
region immediately superior to the umbilical region;
overlies most of the stomach
region immediately inferior to the umbilical region;
encompasses the pubic area
lateral to the hypogastric region and overlying the
superior parts of the hip bones
region between the ribs and the flaring portions of
the hip bones; lateral to the umbilical region
region flanking the epigastric region laterally and
overlaying the lower ribs
liver, gall bladder, part of the stomach, small and
part of the stomach, spleen, small and large intestine
appendix, cecum, large and small intestine
large and small intestine
mainly the spleen and part of the stomach
mainly the stomach and part of the liver
mainly the liver and the gall bladder
left kidney, part of the descending colon and
part of the small intestine
umblicus, small intestine, and part of the
part of the sigmoid colon, left ovary, and the
fallopian tubes (in the females)
right kidney and part of the ascending colon
appendix, cecum of the ascending colon,
right ovary, and the fallopian tube (in the females)
hypogastric (or pubic)
the uterus (in the females), and the bladder
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