3. For each of the following structures below, provide the location (organ and quadrant of abdominal cavity) and the general function or significance of the structure. Structure Lesser omentum Location Function Greater omentum Falciform ligament Greater duodenal papilla Cystic duct Gastric rugae Parotid duct Pyloric sphincter Fundus Taeniae coli Cecum Mesentery (proper) Brunner's glands Islets of Langerhans Appendix

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3. For each of the following structures below, provide the location (organ and quadrant of
abdominal cavity) and the general function or significance of the structure.
Structure
Lesser omentum
Location
Function
Greater omentum
Falciform ligament
Greater duodenal
papilla
Cystic duct
Gastric rugae
Parotid duct
Pyloric sphincter
Fundus
Taeniae coli
Cecum
Mesentery (proper)
Brunner's glands
Islets
of
Langerhans
Appendix

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3. For each of the following structures below, provide the location (organ and quadrant of abdominal cavity) and the general function or significance of the structure. Structure Lesser omentum Location Function Greater omentum Falciform ligament Greater duodenal papilla Cystic duct Gastric rugae Parotid duct Pyloric sphincter Fundus Taeniae coli Cecum Mesentery (proper) Brunner's glands Islets of Langerhans Appendix

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