posterior peritoneum Anatomy

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Anatomy of the Posterior Abdominal Wall
 · Image: “The posterior abdominal wall (after removal of the peritoneum) showing the kidneys, suprarenal capsules, and great vessels.” by Henry Vandyke Carter, Henry Gray (1918) Anatomy of the Human Gray’s Anatomy, Plate …
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The first part of the rectum lies posterior to the peritoneum, hence it is retroperitoneal. The right image shows that the bladder, upon distention, extends between the abdominal wall and the peritoneum, thus coming to lie preperitoneal.
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The visceral peritoneum lines all the organs that are intraperitoneal. The parietal peritoneum lines the anterior, lateral and posterior walls of the peritoneal cavity. The deepest portion of the peritoneal cavity is the pouch of Douglas in women and the retrovesical space …
Gastrointestinal System & Peritoneum
Retroperitoneum: Space posterior to peritoneal cavity. Contains: Kidneys, ureters, adrenals, pancreas, great vessels, bladder, prostate (male) and portions of the uterus (female), duodenum, and colon. o Anterior Pararenal Space: (Next to kidney) Gerota’s fascia, posterior peritoneum, ascending and descending colon
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This means that they are posterior to the peritoneum …

This means that they are posterior to the peritoneum the serous membrane lining from ANTR 350 at Michigan State University space. This means that they are posterior to the peritoneum, the serous membrane lining the abdominal cavity. The
Omental bursa; Lesser sac
On the posterior abdominal wall the peritoneum of the general cavity is continuous with that of the Omental Bursa (bursa omentalis; lesser peritoneal sac) in front of the inferior vena cava. Starting from here, the bursa may be traced across the aorta and over the medial part of the front of the left kidney and diaphragm to the hilus of the spleen as the anterior layer of the phrenicolienal
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Peritoneum is stripped from beneath the right posterior rectus sheath to begin the peritonectomy in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. Strong traction on the specimen is used to elevate the hemidiaphragm into the operative field.
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FINAL Lap Chole Dictation
 · PDF 檔案The peritoneum overlying the gallbladder infundibulum was incised with electrocautery anteriorly. Then the posterior peritoneum was dissected. The triangle was dissected to expose: 1) the cystic duct LN 2) cystic artery 3) cystic plate 4) cystic duct
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The posterior peritoneum was identified in similar fashion and Metzenbaum scissors were used to enter the cul-de-sac. At this time, a weighted speculum was placed, advanced posteriorly into the cul-de-sac. At this time, the left and right uterosacral ligaments
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Fluid in Anterior or Posterior Cul-de-Sac
The posterior cul-de-sac is found between the uterus and the rectum. They are also called the excavatio recto-uterina (posterior) and excavatio vesico-uterina (anterior). Another term for cul-de-sacs is pouch of Douglas, named after the Scottish anatomist James Douglas.
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Anterior and Posterior Vaginal Myomectomy
 · The posterior peritoneum is opened up to increase the visibility of the surgical field, and a long narrow retractor at 45º inclination is placed in the Douglas pouch.
Surgical rectal anatomy

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posterior peritoneum behind the descending colon, so laparoscopy was converted to open laparotomy. The abdomen was opened through a left upper transverse incision, and full-thickness excision of
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 · The parietal peritoneum with the rectus abdominis muscle posterior sheath is collected at a point 3 cm below the PD catheter insertion site. The rectus abdominis muscle posterior sheath and peritoneum are gripped together using Mosquito Kocher forceps and then exfoliated using Mosquito-pean forceps to reach the abdominal cavity (Fig. 2 a).