Medical Definition of Mesenterium dorsale commune

1. 1. The membranes, or one of the membranes (consisting of a fold of the peritoneum and inclosed tissues), which connect the intestines and their appendages with the dorsal wall of the abdominal cavity. The mesentery proper is connected with the jejunum and ilium, the other mesenteries being called mesoccum, mesocolon, mesorectum, etc. 2. One of the vertical muscular radiating partitions which divide the body cavity of Anthozoa into chambers. Origin: Gr, + intestine: cf. F. Mesentere. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mesenterium Dorsale Commune

mesenteric vein
mesenteric veins
mesenteric vessels
mesenterick
mesentericoparietal fossa
mesentericoparietal recess
mesentericopeptidase
mesenteries
mesenteriolum
mesenteriolum processus vermiformis
mesenteriopexy
mesenteriorrhaphy
mesenteriplication
mesenteritis
mesenterium
mesenterium dorsale commune (current term)
mesentery
mesentery of appendix
mesentery of caecum
mesentery of lung
mesentery of sigmoid colon
mesentery of transverse colon
mesentoblast
mesentoblasts
meseraic
meseraick
meseraics
meses
meseta

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