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a double layer of peritoneum that attaches to the back wall of the abdominal cavity and supports the small intestines

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For the present study, EC from different origins were used: embryonic heart (H5V--microvascular), mesenterial lymph node (mlEND.1--macrovascular), and frontal cortex (bEND.3--microvascular).
We lack evidence concerning the competitive mechanisms involved, such as the possible deployment of mesenterial filaments or sweeper tentacles, because we did not conduct nighttime observations to detect these types of behaviors, which often are exhibited nocturnally by corals.
(32) In pigs, GiPC[O.sub.2] reflected local mesenterial hypoperfusion, which could not be detected by arterial, mixed venous lactate concentrations, pH, and [Pco.sub.2] determinations.
Reduced number of jejunal folds and increase of ileal folds (jejunalisation of ileum) [27, 29], intermittent intussusceptions due to hyperperistalsis (Figure 4(b)), presence of slightly enlarged mesenterial lymph nodes (5-10 mm in short axis) [25-27, 29] and dilatation of SMA [25] with low resistive index [27] (Figure 4(c)) are also very frequent.
F-18 fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography in mesenterial Castleman's lymphoma.
One patient had chylous ascites and another had a fibrotic mesenterial stalk, indicating that the volvulus had been present for some time.
(44,46,53,56) Fibrofatty proliferation is present if an increase in mesenterial fat results in separation or displacement of adjacent bowel loops.
In some species the mesenterial filaments can be extended through the mouth, to a considerable distance and are used against competing coral colonies.
Both specimens had abundant mesenterial fat and degenerate gonads that suggest suppression of breeding migration because of the spatial isolation.
Histological and electron microscopy results showed that six of the eight mesenterial filaments of the polyps possess an internal, coiled, spring-like collagen fiber.
First, despite massive infiltration of duodenal mucosa, mesenterial lymph nodes, and bone marrow, the lack of inflammatory responses in this patient prevented tissue destruction.
Lequit popularized the zip technique in the treatment of two cases of intestinal necrosis after mesenterial ischemia.