mesenteric

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mesenteric

[¦mez·ən¦ter·ik]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mesentery.
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Most of the goats were of age group ranging from 1-3 years and were with normal body weight and appearing apparently healthy, but histopathology of mesenteric lymph node shows that there was variable degree of infection present.
Abstract: The authors report the case of a 56-year-old male diagnosed with Hodgkin disease involving the mesenteric lymph nodes recovered from a right hemicolectomy for colonic adenocarcinoma.
Cavitation of mesenteric lymph nodes, splenic atrophy, and a flat small intestinal mucosa.
Remaining one case showed reactive hyperplasia, but the mesenteric lymph node from the same patient showed tubercular finding.
Histologic results showed extensive fibrinoid vascular necrosis, thrombosis, and hemorrhage throughout the gastrointestinal tract and kidneys, as well as granulomatous lymphadentitis of the mesenteric lymph nodes.
hominissuis in tissues of a 1-year-old Fjord filly * Mycobacteria detection Sample source Microscopy Culture Feces - + Lymph node of transversal colon + + Lymph node of descending colon + + Transversal colon wall + + Descending colon wall + + Liver - + Mesenteric lymph node +++ + Kidney - + Spleen - + Diaphragm - - qPCR Sample source IS1245 ([dagger]) IS901 Feces 6.
In the study done by Rathaus V and Shapiro M, Et al, enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes were detected in 55 of 189 asymptomatic children.
Gross examination of para-aortic and mesenteric lymph nodes from patient 1 demonstrated 3 lymph nodes with tan-to-white cut surface and multiple pinpoint white spots throughout the nodes.
In November 2014, small intestine CT enterography showed local lumen stenosis in the jejunum, obstruction of the duodenum and jejunum, thickening of the intestine wall, mesenteric whirlpool sign, and increased and enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes.
Ultrasonography (USG) of the abdomen revealed mild hepatomegaly with multiple mesenteric lymph nodes and omental mesenteric thickening in the right lower abdomen suggestive of an infective etiology such as Koch's abdomen.
Prevalence of Linguatula serrata nymphs in mesenteric lymph nodes of cattle and buffaloes slaughtered in Ahvaz abattoir, Iran.