Journal of Surgical Ultrasound

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Fig. 6. Various anatomical views of the distal rectum. (A) In the axial view, the prostate gland is positioned at 12 o’clock in male. (B) The coronal view reveals the distinct expansion of the distal rectum at the anorectal junction, indicating the transition from the rectum to the anal canal. (C) The sagittal view illustrates the distal rectum's location in relation to the pelvic floor muscles, showcasing how it rests against these muscles posteriorly. (D) In the axial view, the vagina is positioned at 12 o’clock in female. (E) The coronal view reveals the distinct expansion of the distal rectum at the anorectal junction, indicating the transition from the rectum to the anal canal. (F) The sagittal view illustrates the distal rectum's location in relation to the pelvic floor muscles, showcasing how it rests against these muscles posteriorly.
J Surg Ultrasound 2024;11:7-17 https://doi.org/10.46268/jsu.2024.11.1.7
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