noun, plural o·men·ta [oh-men-tuh] /oʊˈmɛn tə/. Anatomy.
Origin of omentum
Related formso·men·tal, adjectivepost·o·men·tal, adjective
Examples from the Web for omental
Omental tumors are usually more movable, better defined, more superficial, and regular in form.
Lymphangiomas are met with in the abdomen in the form of omental cysts.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
Here we encounter the first extensive area of omental or mesogastric adhesion.
In the fœtus of six months the cavity of the omental bag extends caudad as far as the lower edge of the omentum.
Her general condition was good, with some omental fat, but no subcutaneous fat.An Experimental Translocation of the Eastern Timber Wolf|Thomas F. Weise