splenophrenic

sple·no·phren·ic

(splē'nō-fren'ik),
Relating to the spleen and the diaphragm; denoting a ligament or fold of peritoneum extending between the two structures.
[spleno- + G. phrēn, diaphragm]

splenophrenic

(splĕn-ō-frĕn′ĭk) [″ + phren, diaphragm]
Concerning the spleen and diaphragm.
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The congenital form results from a lack of development of the primary ligamentous attachments of the spleen: the gastrosplenic, splenorenal, splenocolic splenophrenic, splenopancreatic, presplenic fold, pancreaticocolic, and phrenocolic ligaments (4).