By Morton A. Meyers MD FACR FACG
The 6th variation maintains the culture of this nice publication by means of employing anatomic wisdom to state of the art imaging. Chapters were reorganized to aid the reader greater interpret imaging stories via basically demonstrating what to anticipate and the place to seem for sickness unfold from every one person organ. up to date chapters discover the dynamic thought, clarify its embryologic and anatomic foundation, and classify the mechanisms of sickness development. the most recent imaging modalities, together with CT, MRI, ultrasound, and puppy, are integrated throughout.
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In this process, the cecum comes to lie on the right, the transverse colon crosses ventral to the duodenum, and the small intestine lies to the left of the ascending colon. The rotation of this mesentery occurs about the axis of the superior mesenteric artery. The focal point of the rotation is the root of the superior mesenteric artery as it originates from the aorta. From its narrow origin, the mesentery of the intestine spreads out resembling a fan. The intestine is freely movable on the mesentery until the 14th week, when the secondary fusions affix portions of gut, forming new lines of attachment.
The attached border, the root of the small intestine mesentery, extends obliquely from the level of the duodenojejunal junction, at the lower border of the pancreas left of the midline at the first or second lumbar vertebrae, to the ileocecal junction in the right iliac fossae. The line of attachment of the root of the small intestine mesentery passes from the duodenojejunal junction, where it is in continuity with the root of the transverse mesocolon, over the third portion of the duodenum, obliquely across the aorta and inferior vena cava, the right ureter, and psoas muscle, to the right iliac region.