A section of the colon (part of the large intestine) that lies in the lower abdomen, which connects the descending colon with the rectum.
S-shaped portion of the colon, extending from the pelvic brim to the third segment of the sacrum. image
The S-shaped lower end of the colon, which leads down to the rectum.
The portion of the colon shaped like a letter 'S' or 'C', extending from the descending colon to the rectum. back
the S-shaped portion of the large intestine, beginning at the level of the left iliac crest, projecting inward toward the midline, and terminating at the rectum, at about the level of the third sacral vertebra
sigmoid flexure (sigmoid colon) The contracted and crooked part of the colon immediately above the rectum --called also pelvic colon, sigmoid colon
The lower left part of the colon that connects to the rectum.
A curved part of the large intestine that extends from the rectum to the descending colon on the left side of the abdomen and which includes the sigmoid flexure.
S-shaped part of the colon leading to the rectum.
The fourth section of the colon is known as the sigmoid colon because of its S-shape. The sigmoid colon joins the rectum, which in turn joins the anus, or the opening where waste matter passes out of the body.
The next last portion of the colon. This part of the colon empties into the rectum.
the part of the large intestine between the descending colon and the rectum.
the lower part of the large intestine that empties into the rectum.
lower part of the colon that empties into the rectum.
Lower part of the colon leading to the rectum.
The S-shaped section of the colon that connects to the rectum.
portion of the colon located between the descending colon and the rectum
An S-shaped curved portion of the colon on the left side, superior to the rectum
the lower right hand part of the colon, just before the rectum
The sigmoid colon (pelvic colon; sigmoid flexure) forms a loop which averages about 40 cm. in length, and normally lies within the pelvis, but on account of its freedom of movement it is liable to be displaced into the abdominal cavity.