Later adhesions between the peritoneal surfaces lining the interior of the bursa limit this extension.
Injection of astringents into the ovarian cyst or peritoneal sac, unjustifiable.
The escape of the pus into the peritoneal cavity occurs in about 11 per cent.
The superficial stratum of the wall of the heart differentiates itself as the peritoneal covering.
The drawing up of the knees in peritoneal conditions is the result of a similar reaction.
They may either be provided with a peritoneal funnel (Nephelis, Clepsine) or have no internal opening (Hirudo).
There was never anything in this case to lead to the suspicion of peritoneal or other serous hemorrhage.
At their blind extremity (that originally connected with the peritoneal epithelium) a Malpighian body is formed.
Circular orifice left open in the peritoneal flapsfor insertion of gauze drain.sp.
The extremity near the peritoneal epithelium forms a Malpighian body, and the other end unites with the segmental duct.
peritoneum per·i·to·ne·um or per·i·to·nae·um (pěr'ĭ-tn-ē'əm)
n. pl. per·i·to·ne·a or per·i·to·nae·a (-tn-ē'ə)
The serous sac consisting of mesothelium and a thin layer of irregular connective tissue that lines the abdominal cavity, covers most of the viscera contained therein, and itself forms two cavities, the peritoneal and the omental bursa, which are connected by the epiploic foramen.
The membrane that lines the walls of the abdomen and the pelvis (called the parietal peritoneum) and encloses the abdominal and pelvic organs (called the visceral peritoneum.) The space between the two, the peritoneal cavity, fills with inflammatory cells and pus when the peritoneum becomes infected.