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By Morton A. Meyers MD FACR FACG

To First version Few books current so clean an method and so dynamic stream in the peritoneal hollow space is obvious an exposition as does Dynamic &diology if the a leap forward in our realizing of the unfold stomach: general and Pathologic Anatomy. of intraabdominal affliction, quite abscesses This well-documented, truly written, and and malignancies. Peritoneography, the opacifica­ fantastically illustrated booklet information the solutions no longer tion of the biggest lumen within the physique, deals a in basic terms to "what is it?" but in addition "how?" and "why?" power yield of immense diagnostic info. The Such basic information about the best definition of the 3 extraperitoneal pathogenesis of affliction in the stomach rein­ areas represents a charting of formerly unex­ forces and simplifies exact radiologic research. plored territory. wisdom of the renointestinal The attribute radiologic positive factors of intra­ and duodenocolic relationships, the unfold of pan­ belly illnesses are proven to be simply iden­ creatitis alongside mesenteric planes, and the pathways tified, increasing the sensible software of the of extrapelvic unfold of illness back underscores time period "pattern popularity. " It definitely is of practi­ the sensible significance of anatomic good points. The cal worth in day-by-day medical event and may be of method of the mesenteric and antimesenteric significant support for extra advances. borders of the small bowel and to the haustral pat­ the normal dissectional approach to studying tern of the colon provides a brand new size to the anatomy disturbs the intimate relationships of interpretation of belly radiology.

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K = right kidney, A = adrenal gland, 0 = descending duodenum, C = transverse colon. FIG. 1-4. Right parasagittal anatomie seetion. The relationships of the right anterior and posterior subhepatic spaces are shown. ] 2. The posterior subhepatic space lies in dose relationship to the posterior parietal peritoneum overlying the right kidney. It projects upward in the form of a recess between the renal impression of the liver in front and the upper pole of the right kidney behind. :.. '--- Renal hilus lacing the extraperitoneal descending duodenum Peritoneal rellectionsat beginning 01 transverse mesocolon Right paracolic gutter - - -- FIG.

I-i. Posterior peritoneal reflections and recesses. Sp = spleen, LS = lesser sac, IVC = inferior vena cava, EF = epiploic foramen of Winslow, RK = right kidney, D = duodenum, A = adrenal gland, SC = splenie flexure, 01 colon, R = rectum, B = urinary bladder. Right subphrenic space Right coronary ligament Gastrosplenic ligament Phren icocolic ligament Area 01 Morison's pouch Root 01 transverse mesocolon Lelt inlracolic space left paracolic gutter Right inlracolic space Root 01 mesentery Right paracolic gutter Attachment 01 peritoneal rellections 01 ascendi ng colon Chapter 1: Intraperitoneal Spread of Infections 2 --;7~::;::S;::""""'--left coronary ligament Attachment 01 peritoneal rellections 01 descendi ng colon of the liver.

The lesser sac and its relatlonships. Foramen of Winslow (see arrow). JII. SplenlC artenes. n"vp,r"" mesocolon Gastrocolic ligament ~HI_<""I Greater omentum Anatomie Considerations 9 Radiologie Features The Spread and Localization of Intraperitoneal Abscesses I have documented that the spread of infection within the peritoneal cavity is governed by: (1) the site, nature, and rapidity of outflow of the escaping visceral contents; (2) mesenteric partitions and peritoneal recesses; (3) gravity; (4) intraperitoneal pressure gradients; and (5) the position of the body (12-15).

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