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 The rectum is the last straight bit of the internal organ in people and some different warm blooded animals, and the gut in others. The grown-up human rectum is around 12 centimeters (4.7 in) long,and starts at the rectosigmoid intersection, the finish of the sigmoid colon, at the degree of the third sacral vertebra or the sacral projection relying on what definition is utilized. Its gauge is like that of the sigmoid colon at its initiation, however it is widened close to its end, framing the rectal ampulla. It ends at the degree of the anorectal ring (the degree of the puborectalis sling) or the dentate line, again relying on which definition is used.In people, the rectum is trailed by the butt-centric trench which is around 4 centimeters (1.6 in) long, before the gastrointestinal tract ends at the butt-centric skirt. The word rectum originates from the Latin rectum intestinum, which means straight digestive tract.     The rectum is a piece of the lower gastrointestinal tract. The rectum is a continuation of the sigmoid colon, and interfaces with the rear-end. The rectum follows the state of the sacrum and finishes in an extended area called the rectal ampulla, where excrement are put away before their discharge through the butt-centric trench. The rectum interfaces with the sigmoid colon at the degree of S3, and associates with the butt-centric waterway as it goes through the pelvic floor muscles.

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