mesenteric

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mesenteric

[¦mez·ən¦ter·ik]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mesentery.
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By ISH analysis, abundant cytoplasmic viral nucleic acid was detected in macrophages within germinal centers and subcapsular and medullary sinuses of the mesenteric lymph nodes from all 4 dogs (Figure 2, panel H), mandibular lymph nodes from 2 dogs, ileal Peyer's patches from all 4 dogs (Figures 2, panels D, F), ellipsoids (terminal arterioles) of the spleen for 1 dog, and germinal centers in splenic white pulp for 2 dogs.
bovis bacteria led to lymphatic spread from the primary infection, the gut, to mediastinal or tracheobronchial lymph nodes, which explained the lesions in the mesenteric lymph nodes (6).
The dead piglets showed similar lesions to those of the piglets infected with YS isolate in the stomach, intestines, and mesenteric lymph nodes.
Other manifestations of abdominal tuberculosis include mesenteric abscesses, enlarged and caseating mesenteric lymph nodes, and tubercles over the bowel serosa are also commonly encountered, that may suggest a tubercular aetiology.
Translocation of gut bacteria in rats with cirrhosis to mesenteric lymph nodes partially explains the pathogenesis of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.
Intuitively, a longer segment of resected bowel will have more pericolonic and mesenteric lymph nodes.
Tissues containing visible lesions as well as the parotid, mandibular, retropharyngeal, bronchial, mediastinal, and mesenteric lymph nodes were collected and submitted in formalin for histologic examination and fresh for mycobacterial culture.
Additionally, mesenteric lymph nodes were resected at that time and had a white-tan, fish-flesh cut surface.
Clofazimine was added to the treatment regimen 3 months later, when a control CT scan showed that some of the enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes had increased further.
The periportal, peripancreatic, and mesenteric lymph nodes appeared to be involved.