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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 B.; 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. ...

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