mesoappendix


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mesoappendix

[¦me·zō·ə¦pen·diks]
(anatomy)
The mesentery of the vermiform appendix.
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Appendiceal mucinous neoplasms associated with acellular mucin limited to the appendiceal wall and/or mesoappendix are also cured by excision, in most cases and, thus, we consider these tumors to be adenomas as well.
Tumors smaller than 2 cm with minimal (<3 mm) invasion of the mesoappendix are classified as T2, whereas a diameter greater than 2 cm or more than 3 mm of mesoappendiceal invasion classifies the tumor as T3.
As discussed above, the most important known risk factors appear to be tumor size larger than 2 cm and infiltration of the mesoappendix.
Serosal involvement, invasion of the mesoappendix, or extension into the peritoneum or adjacent organs are prognostic factors in GCC.
Does mesoappendix infiltration predict a worse prognosis in incidental neuroendocrine tumors of the appendix?
Nonfunctioning cytologically bland tumors measuring 1 to 2 cm, with extension into mesoappendix.
Does mesoappendix infiltration predict a worse prognosis in incidental neuroendocrine tumors of the appendix: a clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical study of 15 cases.
3] Other rare intra-abdominal sites that have been involved by sclerosing mesenteritis are the mesoappendix, peripancreatic area, omentum, and pelvis.