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Post by koheurne » Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:20 am

It is about six centimeters in length and the vermiform appendix hangs from the mecum. Ascending Colon: Ascending colon comes after the mecum and travels upwards, till it reaches the hepatic flexure or right colic flexure (located near the liver), where it turns sideward’s. In other words, hepatic flexure is the bend between the ascending colon and the transverse colon. The ascending colon bends to form the hepatic flexure, which is followed by the transverse colon, which travels across the abdominal cavity. Transverse Colon: Testo Boost X The transverse colon starts from the right hepatic flexure, and is the longest and the movable part of the large intestine. It is slightly curved downwards and a sharp upward rise near its end; where it bends downwards to form the left colic flexure or splendid flexure, which is located nears the spleen. It is from this left colic flexure, the descending colon starts. The transverse colon is connected to the stomach and a band of tissues, which is known as the greater momentum. The posterior side of the transverse colon is attached to the posterior abdominal wall by peritoneum (the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity), and this attachment is called transverse mesocolon. Descending Colon and Sigmoid Colon: The descending colon starts from the splendid flexure and ends at the beginning of the sigmoid colon. It is more deeply placed, as compared to the ascending colon, and has some parts of the small intestine in front of it. It ends and the sigmoid colon, which is the last part of the large intestine. The sigmoid colon ends at the point, where the rectum starts. Sigmoid colon is an S-shaped structure, which contains muscles, that contract to create a pressure in the colon; in order to expel the fecal matter and move it to the rectum.

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