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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It is developed in the mesoblast of the mesogastrium, usually about the same time and in close connection with the pancreas.
The mesentery of the stomach, or mesogastrium, enlarges in Mammalia to form a peculiar sack known as the greater omentum.
In the view directly from in front the redundancy of the peritoneum forming the mesogastrium is shown in Figs. 176 and 177.
After rotation of the stomach (Fig. 173) the mesogastrium loses its original sagittal direction.
The mesogastrium, spleen and pancreas in the cat will clearly illustrate the process of human development above outlined.