Definition of Mesenteries. Meaning of Mesenteries. Synonyms of Mesenteries

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- latter. Mesentery has been known for thousands of years, however it was unclear whether mesentery is a single organ or there are several mesenteries.[better source needed]...
- perforations or ostia near the oral disc. Mesenteries are usually in pairs. The free edge of incomplete mesenteries are thickened to form glandular, ciliated...
- layers to slide freely over each other. Peritoneal folds are omenta, mesenteries and ligaments; they connect organs to each other or to the abdominal...
- supplied with plentiful amounts of blood. The three most important mesenteries are mesentery for the small intestine, the transverse mesocolon, which attaches...
- peritoneum on their anterior side only. Structures that are not suspended by mesentery in the abdominal cavity and that lie between the parietal peritoneum and...
- the mesentery of the uterus; the largest portion of the broad ligament Mesosalpinx – the mesentery of the Fallopian tube Mesovarium – the mesentery of...
- forms in the gut layers and in places mesenteries extend from the gut as double layers of peritoneum. Mesenteries provide a pathway for vessels, nerves...
- curvature of the stomach. The greater omentum develops from the dorsal mesentery that connects the stomach to the posterior abdominal wall. During its...
- "We got the mesentery news all wrong", The Crux (a group blog by Discover writers). Coffey, J Calvin; O'Leary, D Peter (2016). "The mesentery: structure...
- divided into a number of chambers by mesenteries radiating inwards from the body wall. Some of the mesenteries form complete partitions with a free edge...
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