By Morton A. Meyers MD FACR FACG
The 6th variation maintains the culture of this nice publication through employing anatomic wisdom to state of the art imaging. Chapters were reorganized to aid the reader higher interpret imaging reviews via essentially demonstrating what to anticipate and the place to appear for illness unfold from every one person organ. up to date chapters discover the dynamic proposal, clarify its embryologic and anatomic foundation, and classify the mechanisms of affliction development. the most recent imaging modalities, together with CT, MRI, ultrasound, and puppy, are included throughout.
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Figure continued on next page 16 2. Clinical Embryology of the Abdomen c Fig. 2–11. Schematic drawing of transverse sections showing fusion of the dorsal mesogastrium in the region of the splenorenal ligament. (Continued) (c) Adult form with fusion of the dorsal mesogastrium and persistence of the splenorenal ligament and the gastrosplenic ligament (both portions of the dorsal mesogastrium). Note the splenic artery and the left gastroepiploic artery as they course within the mesenteries of the dorsal mesogastrium.
Subperitoneal Space The abdominal cavity, formed by the 7th week, provides the space within which the viscera grow, shift position, and move without hindrance. To achieve this goal, the developing abdominal organs are suspended by two opposing splanchnic mesodermal layers that form a double-layered mesentery at 3½ weeks – the primitive mesentery. The gut arises by the enfolding of entoderm at 3 weeks to form a tube. The splanchnic mesoderm contains the gut and extends as a double layer from the dorsal to the ventral wall of the coelomic cavity.
A) The spleen (S) is encased and suspended in the dorsal mesogastrium between the stomach (St) and posterior body wall. A aorta. Stippled area subperitoneal space. Note continuity of dorsal mesogastrium. (b) Fusion of the dorsal mesogastrium with the body wall (posterior parietal peritoneum). Arrows region of fusion. Figure continued on next page 16 2. Clinical Embryology of the Abdomen c Fig. 2–11. Schematic drawing of transverse sections showing fusion of the dorsal mesogastrium in the region of the splenorenal ligament.