suspensory muscle of duodenum

(redirected from ligamentum suspensorium duodeni)

sus·pen·so·ry mus·cle of du·o·de·num

[TA]
a broad flat band of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue attached to the right crus of the diaphragm and to the duodenum at its junction with the jejunum.
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sus·pen·so·ry mus·cle of du·o·de·num

(sŭs-pen'sŏr-ē mŭs'ĕl dū'ō-dē'nŭm) [TA]
A broad, flat band of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue attached to the right crus of the diaphragm and to the duodenum at its junction with the jejunum.
Synonym(s): musculus suspensorius duodeni [TA] .
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Treitz,

Wenzel, Bohemian pathologist, 1819-1872.
Treitz arch - a sickle-shaped fold of peritoneum that forms the anterior boundary of the paraduodenal recess. Synonym(s): paraduodenal fold
Treitz fascia - fascia behind the head of the pancreas.
Treitz fossa - an inconstant depression in the peritoneum extending posterior to the cecum. Synonym(s): subcecal fossa
Treitz hernia - hernia in the subperitoneal tissues. Synonym(s): duodenojejunal hernia
Treitz ligament - Synonym(s): suspensory muscle of duodenum
Treitz muscle - Synonym(s): suspensory muscle of duodenum
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