False-colour CT scan: liver; gall bladder; kidneys

False-colour CT scan: liver; gall bladder; kidneys

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Caption: False-colour computed X-ray tomography (CT) scan of an axial section through a normal abdomen. The liver is at left, coloured yellow; its upper part is obscured by the gall bladder (in violet). The kidneys are distinct at the bottom in red; the left-side organ appears smaller than its U-shaped partner at right. The large, bony body of a vertebra, coloured blue & red, separates the kidneys. The red circular object above & to the right of the vertebra is the abdominal aorta, the principal artery in the body.

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Keywords: abdominal, abdominal organs, anatomy, ct, ct scan, false-coloured, gall bladder, human body, kidney, liver, liver and gall bladder, scan, viscera

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