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Colorectal Cancer
...  cancer patients will remain asymptomatic up to the time the cancer has already begun to spread. Practically the entire colon will already become cancerous and neighboring organs like the rectum and appendix will already be affected. The formation of cancer lesions will dictate the onset or location of symptoms. A change in regular bowel movement is one of the warning signs of colorectal cancer  ...

Branches Of The Aorta Abdominal Region
...  Just like the celiac trunk, it is also a solitary vessel. It is situated just under the celiac trunk and along the aorta’s anterior abdominal region. This solitary vessel provides blood to the appendix, cecum, part of the transverse colon, ascending colon, and the small intestine. Another branch is the renal arteries, which supplies blood to the kidneys. Suprenal arteries, on the other  ...

Large Intestine
...  that separates the large intestine from the small intestine, and the barrier that prevents the entry of backwash from the large intestine into the small intestine. The cecum is also what holds the appendix (which appears like a finger-like projection). Though a lot of scientific debates have been waged over the true purpose of the appendix, emerging research say that the organ helps reduce  ...


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