noun, plural mes·en·ter·ies. Anatomy.
Origin of mesentery
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Next, enlargement of the mesenteric glands and disorder of their functions take place from many causes other than consumption.The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases
Charles West, M.D.
Birch-Hirschfeld asserts that cheesy degeneration of the mesenteric glands is always accompanied by tubercular formations.
He was aware of the existence of the lacteals, and their anatomical relation to the mesenteric glands.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)
John William Draper
The midgut forms a simple loop with a descending and ascending limb closely bound together by mesenteric attachment.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity
George. S. Huntington
The comparative frequency of tuberculosis of the mesenteric glands cannot be determined.