mesoappendix


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mesoappendix

[¦me·zō·ə¦pen·diks]
(anatomy)
The mesentery of the vermiform appendix.
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Mesoappendix was dissected away from the appendix with the help of diathermy.
Gonzalez-Moreno and colleagues advocate removing the mesoappendix en bloc with the appendix, and if gross pathology suggests malignancy, then performing frozen-section would be warranted.
Pathology confirmed metastatic carcinoid tumor in the distal ileum, mesoappendix, and liver.
About 100 cc fresh blood was sucked, the appendix was dissected from the mesoappendix, and small bowel mesoplasty was performed.
With prolongation of duration of symptoms, in some patients appendicular lump developed which is an inflammatory mass composed of inflamed appendix, caecum, omentum, terminal ileum and mesoappendix at times sigmoid, right tubes and overies in females.
At the base of the caecum was a retrocaecal appendix, surrounded by adherent mesoappendix, with focal inflammation, a haemorrhagic surface and surrounding exudates.
This artery travels through the mesoappendix posterior to the terminal ileum.
In those patients with early appendicitis, base of the appendix is marked with diathermy to prevent leaving a longer stump, and through the RIF port appendix is delivered out with the port around by reducing the pneumoperitoneum, mesoappendix is divided as in open method and appendix is removed.