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  • Byrnes, Kevin G.; Walsh, Dara; Walsh, Leon G.; Coffey, Domhnall M.; Ullah, Muhammad Fahad; Mirapeix, Rosa; Hikspoors, Jill; Lamers, Wouter; Wu, Yi; Zhang, Xiao-Qin; Zhang, Shao-Xiang; Brama, Pieter; Dunne, Colum P.; O'Brien, Ian S.; Peirce, Colin; Shelly, Martin J.; Scanlon, Tim G.; Luther, Mary E.; Brady, Hugh D.; Dockery, Peter; McDermott, Kieran W.; Coffey, Calvin J. (Nature, 2021)
    The position of abdominal organs, and mechanisms by which these are centrally connected, are currently described in peritoneal terms. As part of the peritoneal model of abdominal anatomy, there are multiple mesenteries. ...
  • Kiernan, Miranda G.; Sahebally, Shaheel M.; Kiely, Patrick A.; Waldron, David; Moloney, M.; Skelly, M.; Faul, P.N.; O'Leary, D.P.; Lowery, Aoife J.; Walsh, Leon G.; Dunne, Colum P.; Coffey, Calvin J. (Oxford University Press, 2017)
    The mesentery in Crohn’s disease frequently displays disease manifestations, such as mesenteric thickening and fat wrapping. Fibrocytes are a precursor cell type that can differentiate into fibroblasts or adipocytes [1]. ...
  • Walsh, Leon G.; Kiernan, Miranda G.; Sahebally, Shaheel M.; Kiely, Patrick A.; Waldron, David; Moloney, M.; Skelly, M.; HIdayat, H.; Faul, P.N.; O'Leary, Peter D.; Lowery, Aoife J.; Dunne, Colum P.; Coffey, Calvin J. (Oxford University Press, 2017)
    Background: Recent advances in our understanding of mesenteric anatomy have shown that the mesentery is continuous along the intestinal tract at vascular, lymphatic and connective tissue levels [1]. Thus, the mesentery ...
  • Kiernan, Miranda G.; Sahebally, Shaheel M.; Waldron, David; Moloney, M.; Skelly, M.; HIdayat, H.; O'Leary, D.P.; Lowery, Aoife J.; Walsh, Leon G.; Dunne, Colum P.; Coffey, Calvin J. (Oxford University Press, 2017)
    Crohn’s disease (CD) displays mesenteric disease manifestations such as fat wrapping and mesenteric thickening. The frequency at which these occur in CD point to a pathobiological relevance. Fat wrapping in particular ...

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