noun, plural mes·o·gas·tri·a [mez-uh-gas-tree-uh, mes-, mee-zuh-, -suh-] /ˌmɛz əˈgæs tri ə, ˌmɛs-, ˌmi zə-, -sə-/. Anatomy.
Origin of mesogastrium
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The primitive hepatic duct is directed cephalad in the mesogastrium between the vitelline duct and the stomach (Fig. 101).
The mesentery of the stomach, or mesogastrium, enlarges in Mammalia to form a peculiar sack known as the greater omentum.
The external muscular and fibrous coats of the gall-bladder are developed from the mesoderm of the mesogastrium.
It is developed in the mesoblast of the mesogastrium, usually about the same time and in close connection with the pancreas.
After rotation of the stomach (Fig. 173) the mesogastrium loses its original sagittal direction.