Abdominal scan, MRI

Abdominal scan, MRI

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Caption: Abdominal scan. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a woman's abdomen in coronal (frontal) section. The vertebrae (grey, upper centre to centre) which form the spinal column are separated by the cartilaginous intervertebral discs (horizontal dark blue lines). Below the spine is the bladder (brown/black, lower centre), which receives urine from the kidneys (one seen at upper left, brown oval) and stores it before it is excreted. On either side of the bladder lie the femurs (thigh bones, mainly light purple, lower left and lower right, running to bottom). These are the longest and strongest bones in the body.

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