Table of Contents
- 1 Is the spleen ipsilateral to the stomach?
- 2 What body parts are contralateral?
- 3 What structures are ipsilateral?
- 4 What is an example of contralateral control?
- 5 What are contralateral exercises?
- 6 What is the difference between ipsilateral and contralateral?
- 7 What is the difference between pancreas and spleen?
Is the spleen ipsilateral to the stomach?
More precisely, the spleen is located posterior to the stomach and anterior to the left hemidiaphragm at the level of ribs 9-10. Medial to the spleen is the left kidney; superior is the diaphragm, while inferiorly it rests directly on the left colic flexure (splenic flexure).
What body parts are contralateral?
Ipsilateral: On the same side. Example: The right arm is ipsilateral to the right leg. Contralateral: On the opposite side. Example: The left arm is contralateral to the right leg.
What structures are ipsilateral?
Ipsilateral refers to structures on the same side of the body or brain (left or right), whereas contralateral refers to structures on opposite sides of the body. Also used to compare the location of structures are the opposite terms, superior and inferior. When an object lies superior to another, it lies above it.
Is the spleen contralateral to the gallbladder?
refers to the opposite sides. (the spleen and gallbladder are contralateral).
Which organ is anteriorly associated with spleen?
The visceral surface of the spleen contacts the following organs: Anterior surface of the left kidney. Splenic flexure of the colon. The fundus of the stomach.
What is an example of contralateral control?
Contralateral: Of or pertaining to the other side. The opposite of ipsilateral (the same side). For example, a stroke involving the right side of the brain may cause contralateral paralysis of the left leg.
What are contralateral exercises?
A contralateral exercise pertains to exercising muscles on opposite sides of the body from one another.
What is the difference between ipsilateral and contralateral?
What is ipsilateral example?
Ipsilateral: On the same side, as opposed to contralateral. For example, a tumor involving the right side of the brain may affect vision ipsilaterally’that is, in the right eye.
Where does spleen pain hurt?
Spleen pain is usually felt as a pain behind your left ribs. It may be tender when you touch the area. This can be a sign of a damaged, ruptured or enlarged spleen.
What is the difference between pancreas and spleen?
The pancreas can stop producing insulin for a variety of reasons. Poor diet, obesity, and a genetic disposition for the condition are among the most common causes of diabetes. The spleen is a fist-sized organ of the lymphatic system that operates as filter for blood.