Stomach

Stomach is best examined in the epigastrium. It is first inspected, then palpated before percussion and finally auscultation.

 

1 hypochrondriac (r,l) 2 lumbar  (flank-r, l)) 3 paraumbilical  4 Iliac (iliac fossa, r, l)) 5 suprapubic (hypogastric) 6 epigastric 7 left (lateral line or midclavicular line 8 transpyloric plane (L1) 9 subcostal plane 10 transtubercular plane (L5)

 

  

Surface anatomy of stomach:
Variable but placed in the
epigastric region next to the liver in the right hypochondrium

 

  

Roll over mouse to demonstrate epigastric tenderness

 

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Clinical examination of epigstric region

  

 


 

 

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