antimesenteric

an·ti·mes·en·ter·ic

(an'tē-mez'en-ter'ik),
Pertaining to the part of the intestine that lies opposite the mesenteric attachment.
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The proximal and distal segments are then aligned at the antimesenteric sides.
Bilio-pancreatic duct was catheterized by a transduodenal approach from the antimesenteric sideof the duodenum.
We punctured the cecum (”through-and-through”) from the mesenteric toward the antimesenteric direction with a 21-gauge needle, and animals in the sham groups underwent surgery without the CLP procedure.
For longitudinal serosal injuries, a linear tear was created along the antimesenteric border of the small bowel ranging from 1 cm to 4 cm in length.
The solitary diverticulum lies on the antimesenteric border of the ileum (opposite to the mesenteric attachment) and extends into the umbilical cord of the embryo.
Stone hard fecaloma causes distention and increased pressure on the colon wall and decreases vascular supply of the colon wall, particularly at the antimesenteric site, which is a vulnerable region known as Sudeck's point (1).
To generate the vascularized skin equivalent, the BioVaSc was cut longitudinally on the antimesenteric side and fixed in a polycarbonate frame.
Other stigmata of chronic Crohn's inflammation may present in the forms of hypertrophy of the mesenteric fat and/or pseudosacculations, which is relative dilatation of the uninvolved antimesenteric wall, in the setting of a fore-shorted and fibrosed diseased mesenteric wall (Figure 8).
It is located in the antimesenteric border of the distal ileum and is considered to be a true diverticulum [4].
The most common of these congenital lesions is Meckel diverticulum, a remnant of the omphalomesenteric duct that communicates with the antimesenteric border of the bowel and hence has a separate blood supply from the intestine.
Two stay sutures were taken at mesenteric and antimesenteric borders of both the ends of gut.