Pertaining to the part of the intestine that lies opposite the mesenteric attachment.
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Ischemic injury to the wall of the sigmoid protruding into the bladder probably resulted in ischemic necrosis and perforation of the antimesenteric wall, which resulted in fistula formation.
Measurements were performed at the midline between the mesenteric and antimesenteric borders and repeated three times using the same technique, resulting in three small bowel length measurements for each participant.
[3] It is located along the antimesenteric border of the distal ileum within 100 cm of ileocecal valve.
cecal diverticulum appears in the 6th week as a swelling on the antimesenteric border of the caudal limb of the midgut loop.
Two cecal punctures were made with a 22G needle, and a droplet of feces was forced out from both the mesenteric and antimesenteric penetration holes.
Rectosigmoid region is the most common site for the perforation in particular antimesenteric wall (11).
Distal ileal volvulus (figure 1) was present with a single 1 cm sized perforation in the antimesenteric border of the ileum and a worm was seen protruding out through the perforation (figure 2).
Epiploic or omental appendages are in fact visceral peritoneal pouches that arise from the serosal and antimesenteric surface of the large intestine.
There, the antimesenteric side of the ileum was herniated (Richter's hernia) through a defect in the abdominal wall located in the inferior third of the left semilunar line (Spigelian hernia).
(4), an ulcer was detected 1.5 cm from the appendiceal orifice and a 0.3 cm antimesenteric carcinoid tumor was found in the appendix.
The obstructing mass was palpated and longitudinal antimesenteric incision of about 5 cm length was made directly over healthy intestine cranial to the obstructing mass and removed slowly by holding with tissue forceps (Fig.
in 2011 [39], combining stapled and hand-sewn antimesenteric functional end-to-end anastomosis (Kono-S anastomosis) to reduce surgical recurrence.