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mesenteric

[¦mez·ən¦ter·ik]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mesentery.
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Because of CT findings suggested mesenteric volvulus, emergency surgery was planned.
Outcomes and radiographic findings of isolated spontaneous superior mesenteric artery dissection.
"We have come across a few cases of Mesenteric Cysts at the hospital but we have never seen a tumour this big.
According to international published studies, a mesenteric cyst is a benign intra-abdominal tumour with an incidence of one case per 250,000 hospital admission.
In addition to the classic appearance of the affected bowel, Burkitt lymphoma also encases the mesenteric vessels.
Midgut volvulus is a serious anomaly that develops as a result of narrow attachment of midgut mesentery due to a rotation anomaly, resulting in clockwise twisting of intestinal segments on the superior mesenteric artery axis; it may end up with ischemia and necrosis (1).
"En bloc" excision of the mesenteric root tumor and a bipolar cholecystectomy were performed (Figure 4).
The causes of superior mesenteric artery syndrome include anatomic conditions influencing vascular angle and various psychiatric and physiologic disorders leading to rapid weight loss (4, 8).
Congenital trans mesenteric internal hernia is a rare condition presenting as recurrent pain abdomen or acute intestinal obstruction.
Abdominal contrast-enhanced CT revealed superior mesenteric vein thrombosis [Figure 1]a.
Mesenteric lymph nodes that are smaller than 4.6 mm in short axis and are accepted as within normal limits of dimensions can be clearly identified on CT.