Landzert fossa

Land·zert fos·sa

(lahnd'zĕrt),
a fossa formed by two peritoneal folds, enclosing the left colic artery and the inferior mesenteric vein, respectively, at the side of the duodenum; it is smaller than the paraduodenal recess which is sometimes found in the same region.

Landzert,

T., 19th century German anatomist.
Gruber-Landzert fossa - see under Gruber, Wenzel L
Landzert fossa - a fossa formed by two peritoneal folds enclosing the left colic artery and the inferior mesenteric vein at the side of the duodenum