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mesentery that holds the lower colon to the dorsal abdominal wall

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A analise dos dados considerou a origem das arterias, a trajetoria dos vasos pelo peritonio (mesocolon e mesenterio), o modo de terminacao e a presenca ou nao de anastomoses entre as arterias mesenterica cranial (AMCr) e a mesenterica caudal (AMC), alem da formacao de ilhas arteriais entre os leitos arteriais.
To the best of my knowledge, 8 extrapancreatic PSCTs have been reported, (1,3,7,8) a few cases in the retroperitoneum (1,3) and one each in the liver (8) and mesocolon. (7) Some of them were considered to arise from an ectopic pancreas.
(1,2,4) Dissection and inferior reflection of the hepatic flexure of the colon and the right transverse mesocolon further improve exposure of the second portion of the duodenum and uncinate process.
Caption: Figure 2: Photograph showing laparoscopic findings during surgery of the distended small intestine and ascites under the ascending mesocolon.
Periduodenal area, retroperitoneum, mesocolon and the root of mesentery presenting with oedema, haematoma, ecchymosis or crepitus.
The transverse mesocolon was intact with its anterior layer reflecting onto the lesser sac in the form of a peritoneal reflection covering the anterior aspects of splenic artery and vein.
(17,18) A thickened left anterior renal fascia, inflammatory changes in peri-pancreatic fat and mesentery, pancreatic ductal dilatation, fluid in the lesser sac, between retroperitoneal structures (such as the splenic vein, mesenteric artery and the pancreas) and anterior and posterior para-renal spaces, and haemorrhage into peri-pancreatic fat, mesocolon and mesentery, are some of the more subtle signs that may arouse suspicion of the presence of a pancreatic injury.
The jejunum is divided 10 to 15 cm distal to the ligament of Treitz, and a 100-cm Roux-en-Y is created that is brought up through the transverse mesocolon and anastomosed to the gastric pouch.
Mucinous cystadenoma of the sigmoid mesocolon: a previously unreported abdominal tumor.
Intraoperatively, an extreme oedema in the pylorus, the transverse mesocolon, the head and body of the pancreas, and the hepatoduodenal ligament was found.
2, the retained sponge folded in 2 layers was lying embedded in the transverse mesocolon and causing a large perforation on the mesenteric border of transverse colon.
Laparotomy was performed which showed what appeared to be recurrent tumour at the anterior aspect of the pancreas infiltrating through the posterior wall of the stomach over a significant surface area with additional tumour deposits in the transverse mesocolon. A subtotal gastrectomy with Roux-en-Y reconstruction, transverse colectomy, resection of body of pancreas and splenectomy were carried out.
The comma sign refers to comma-shaped thickening of the root of the sigmoid mesocolon. The centipede sign refers to a multitude of engorged, parallel mesenteric vessels supplying the affected segment of bowel.
It was mainly located in the mesocolon without causing bowel obstruction.