Mesentery is a continuum
From Gobée O.P. LUMC
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In a human dissection specimen it is shown that the mesentery is a continuum. Consecutively are shown: the descending mesocolon, the transverse mesocolon, the ascending mesocolon and the mesentery of the jejunum and ileum. It can be seen that they form a continuum. These mesenteries and the attached intestines have been mobilised by separating their embryological detachments.…Read more Less…