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mes·en·ter·y

 (mĕz′ən-tĕr′ē, mĕs′-)
n. pl. mes·en·ter·ies
Any of several folds of the peritoneum that connect the intestines to the dorsal abdominal wall, especially such a fold that envelops the jejunum and ileum.

[Middle English mesenterie, from Medieval Latin mesenterium, from Greek mesenterion : meso-, meso- + enterion, diminutive of enteron, entrails; see en in Indo-European roots.]

mes′en·ter′ic adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mesenteric - of or relating to or located in a mesenterymesenteric - of or relating to or located in a mesentery
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mes·en·ter·ic

a. mesentérico-a, concerniente al mesenterio.

mesenteric

adj mesentérico
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The major complication of Intestinal malrotation is midgut volvulus, which may result in mesenteric ischemia and if not immediately intervened, cause severe mortality and morbidity [1,2,3].
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Subsequently, she underwent abdominal CT-scan with intravenous contrast showing uncomplicated cholelithiasis and a 3.5 cm nodule located at the root of the mesentery, which enhanced after contrast, with a pedicle containing vessels stemming from the superior mesenteric vessels (Figure 1).
Superior mesenteric artery syndrome (SMAS), which is also known as Wilkie's syndrome because it was described by Wilkie as chronic duodenal ileus in 1927 for the first time, is a life-threatening clinical picture that develops as a result of obstruction of the second or third part of the duodenum compressed between the aorta and superior mesenteric artery (1).
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