Scientists Confirmed The Existence Of A “New” Internal Body

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Irish scientists have shown that mesentery is an independent internal organ. The results of the work are published in the log of The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.Scientists Confirmed The Existence Of A “New” Internal Body
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The mesentery is a piece of peritoneum, with which the hollow organs of the abdominal cavity are attached to the back of the abdomen. According to the traditional description (it was given in 1885), the mesentery has a fragmentary structure. So, it is divided into a mesocolone (attaches to the back of the rimberry), Mesoaapependix (attaches a heart-shaped process), Mesosigmoid (attaches the sigmoid intestine) and mesorectum (attaches the rectum).

In 2012, Scientists from the University of Limerick SHOWED THAT INDIVIDUAL MENTERY SEGMENTS CAN BE COMBINED INTO A HOLISTIC STRUCTURE. WITH THE HELP OF MICROSCOPY AND HISTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS, THEY FOUND THAT, IN PARTICULAR, THE MESOCOLONE BEGINS IN THE THE TWELFTH-TOSSEKISH BENDING AND CONTINES TO THE MESORECTUM. The Revision of the Structure of the Abdominal Cavity Allowed The Researchers to Increase The Efficiency of Operations on The Thick and Rectum.

In The New Work, Irish Scientists Reviewed Publications Related to The Revision of the Mesentery Structure. According to the Authors, The Available Data Indicate A Single Mesentery Structure: So, The Fusion of its "Segments" Occurs in the iLeoCecal Region and the rectosigmid. Researchers Believe That, Like Other Internal Organs, The Mesentery Has a Specific Function. HER Appointment IS Scheduled to Clarify in The Following Works.

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