Rare peritoneal bands and recesses: incidental findings in a cadaveric dissection

@article{Sharma2012RarePB,
  title={Rare peritoneal bands and recesses: incidental findings in a cadaveric dissection},
  author={Namita Alok Sharma and Alok Sharma and Rajendra Somnath Garud},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2012},
  volume={35},
  pages={359-363}
}
Variable arrangement of the visceral peritoneum would result in the formation of unexpected peritoneal bands and associated recesses. These could confound the unsuspecting clinician in both the diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the abdomen. It is thus imperative to be alert to the surprises the peritoneum may throw up and, however rare, abdominal conditions resulting from such aberrations must be kept in mind. Cadaveric dissection of an elderly female revealed a number of peritoneal… CONTINUE READING

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