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- The mesentery is an organ that attaches the intestines to the posterior abdominal wall in humans and is formed by the double fold of peritoneum. It helps...
- In zoology, a mesentery is a membrane inside the body cavity of an animal. The term identifies different structures in different phyla: in vertebrates...
- become covered by peritoneum, forming a mesentery. Peritoneal folds develop from the ventral and dorsal mesentery of the embryo. In one form of dialysis...
- 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...
- supplied with plentiful amounts of blood. The three most important mesenteries are mesentery for the small intestine, the transverse mesocolon, which attaches...
- curvature of the stomach. The greater omentum develops from the dorsal mesentery that connects the stomach to the posterior abdominal wall. During its...
- science journalism coverage of the evolving scientific understanding of the mesentery. He explored a challenge now faced by anatomists: as human understanding...
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- (neutral or slightly alkaline). The jejunum and the ileum are suspended by mesentery which gives the bowel great mobility within the abdomen. It also contains...
- cavity around the lungs), peritoneum (abdominopelvic cavity including the mesentery, omenta, falciform ligament and the perimetrium) and pericardium (around...
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