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n.1.(Anat.) The fold of the peritoneum supporting the oviduct.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Elevating the uterus (uteropexy) of five mares by laparoscopically imbricating the mesometrium. Equine Vet J.
Uterus became thin, inelastic, anoxic, ischaemic and green or blackish green, which might be due to limited arterial perfusion and venous outflow in twisted uterus causing irreversible damage to endometrium, mesometrium and ultimately foetal death (Ghuman, 2010).
Hemostasis was performed making use of extracorporeal ligation with nylon size 0 and endoloop knot was applied, followed by the section of the mesometrium and mesovary (Figure 1A and B).