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 splenorenal, splenophrenic and pancreaticosplenic ligaments are divided so that complete mobilization of the spleen is accomplished.
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).
The lower pole of the spleen was mobilized next by dividing the splenocolic ligament to bring down the splenic flexure of the colon followed by the dissection of the posterior attachments (splenophrenic and splenorenal ligaments) with the help of ultracision.