mesocardium


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mesocardium

 [mez″o-kahr´de-um]
the part of the embryonic mesentery that connects the embryonic heart with the body wall in front and the foregut behind.

mes·o·car·di·um

, pl.

mes·o·car·di·a

(mez'ō-kar'dē-ŭm, mez'ō-kar'dē-ă),
The double layer of splanchnic mesoderm supporting the embryonic heart in the pericardial cavity. It disappears before birth.
[meso- + G. kardia, heart]

mesocardium

/meso·car·di·um/ (-kahr´de-um) that part of the embryonic mesentery connecting the heart with the body wall in front and the foregut behind.

mes·o·car·di·um

, pl. mesocardia (mez-ō-kahr'dē-ŭm, -dē-ă)
The double layer of splanchnic mesoderm supporting the embryonic heart in the pericardial cavity. It disappears before birth.
[meso- + G. kardia, heart]

mesocardium

the part of the embryonic mesentery which connects the embryonic heart with the body wall in front and the foregut behind.