splenorenal ligament

ligamentum splenorenale.

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  • splenorenal — Relating to the spleen and the kidney; denoting a ligament or fold of peritoneum extending between the two structures. SYN: lienorenal, splenonephric. * * * spleno·re·nal .splen ō rēn əl adj of, relating to, or joining the splenic and renal veins …   Medical dictionary

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  • Coronary ligament — For the coronary ligament of the knee, see Coronary ligament of the knee. Coronary ligament Posterior and inferior surfaces of the liver. (Coronary ligament labeled at center right.) …   Wikipedia

  • Coronary ligament of the liver — Coronary ligament Posterior and inferior surfaces of the liver. (Coronary ligament labeled at center right.) …   Wikipedia

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  • Greater omentum — See also: lesser omentum Greater omentum Vertical disposition of the peritoneum. Main cavity, red; omental bursa, blue. (Greater omentum labeled at left.) …   Wikipedia

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