Rectal ampulla

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Rectal ampulla
Latin ampulla recti
Gray's subject #249 1183
Dorlands/Elsevier a_32/12127975

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The rectal ampulla is the dilated section of the rectum where feces are stored until they are eliminated via the anal canal. The caliber of the rectum at its commencement is similar to that of the sigmoid colon, but near its termination it dilates, forming the ampulla.

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