Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . epatic or small omentum, and having separated to enclose thestomach they again come into intimate contact with each otheralong the line of the greater curvature, forming the gastro-splenic omentum or ligament in the interval between the stomachand spleen. From the great curvature of the stomach they may be traceddownwards in front of the transverse colon for a variable distance,—in some cases extending as far as the brim of the pelvis.Doubling backwards upon themselves they pass upwards tomeet and enclose the t

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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . epatic or small omentum, and having separated to enclose thestomach they again come into intimate contact with each otheralong the line of the greater curvature, forming the gastro-splenic omentum or ligament in the interval between the stomachand spleen. From the great curvature of the stomach they may be traceddownwards in front of the transverse colon for a variable distance,—in some cases extending as far as the brim of the pelvis.Doubling backwards upon themselves they pass upwards tomeet and enclose the t Stock Photo
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . epatic or small omentum, and having separated to enclose thestomach they again come into intimate contact with each otheralong the line of the greater curvature, forming the gastro-splenic omentum or ligament in the interval between the stomachand spleen. From the great curvature of the stomach they may be traceddownwards in front of the transverse colon for a variable distance,—in some cases extending as far as the brim of the pelvis.Doubling backwards upon themselves they pass upwards tomeet and enclose the t
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . epatic or small omentum, and having separated to enclose thestomach they again come into intimate contact with each otheralong the line of the greater curvature, forming the gastro-splenic omentum or ligament in the interval between the stomachand spleen. From the great curvature of the stomach they may be traceddownwards in front of the transverse colon for a variable distance,—in some cases extending as far as the brim of the pelvis.Doubling backwards upon themselves they pass upwards tomeet and enclose the transverse colon, at the upper border ofwhich they again come into contact, but between them therenow lie the ramifications of the middle colic vessels, which carrythe peritoneum back to the posterior abdominal wall under thename of the transverse mesocolon. Having reached the posteriorabdominal wall at the lower border of the pancreas the twolayers of the transverse mesocolon separate from each other. 108 THE STOMACH. One passes upwards in front of the body of the pancreas and. stomach. lesser sac. transversecolon. greatomentum. smallintestine. bladder. ... symphysispubis. Fig. 14.—DIAGRAM TO ILLUSTRATE THE CONTINUITY OF THE PERITONEUM IN the Vertical Direction. (Cunningham.) the cceliac axis to reach the diaphragm and become continuouswith the inferior coronary ligament of the liver and so complete THE PERITONEUM. 109 the circuit of the small sac of the peritoneum. The other, orlower layer of the transverse mesocolon, descends in front of thethird part of the duodenum, and the ramifications of the superiormesenteric vessels, envelops the small intestine and returnsto the posterior abdominal wall upon the reverse side of thesuperior mesenteric vessels, thereby forming the mesentery.Once more this layer of peritoneum passes downwards, clothingthe posterior abdominal wall as far as the pelvic brim. Descend-ing into the cavity of the pelvis it forms the mesorectum.Having forme

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