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what do you call those two a-p oriented segments of lateral mesoderm that contain the spleen, stomach and liver that gets a good rotatin' and become the parts of the peritoneum
dorsal and ventral mesogastrium
4 secondarily retroperitoneal parts of the GI tract
2nd, 3rd and 4th parts of the duodenum

pancreas

ascending and descending colon

rectum
what do you call the peritoneum that attaches the transverse colon to the posterior body wall
the transverse mesocolon
what do you call that ligament that attaches to the falciform ligament of the liver
ligamentum teres
Pouch of Morissey
hepatorenal recess (a pouch of the peritoneum)
Pouch of Douglas
rectouterine pouch
what do you call that space between the bladder and uterus that fluid can accumulate in
vesico-uterine pouch
what is that ligament that keeps the uterus where its supposed to be
the broad ligament
what are the only holes in the peritoneal cavity
by the fimbriae of the uterine tubes