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English translation: teniae coli (tenia libera, tenia omentalis and tenia mesocolica)

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German term or phrase:Dickdarmschlingen
English translation:teniae coli (tenia libera, tenia omentalis and tenia mesocolica)
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04:36 Feb 25, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
German term or phrase: Dickdarmschlingen
The patient has colitis and one of the examinations shows 'insgesamt sehr weitgestellten Dickdarmschlingen'
teniae coli (tenia libera, tenia omentalis and tenia mesocolica)
Explanation:
Taenia libera, taenia mesocolica and taenia omentalis sind dickdarmschlingen.
As far as I know and could find out they are simply called the teniae coli of the intestin and are described as a: band of longitudinal smooth muscle on the surface of the large intestine...


please see the following references to confirm these terms:


... zu erkennen und dienen in der Bauchchirurgie zur Identifizierung der Dickdarmschlingen
(Taenia libera, mesocolica, omentalis). Auf Längsschnitten zB durch ein ...
www.gwdg.de/~wgoetz/Verdau.htm


Mesenteric Vessels, Intestines
... of the large intestine, there are three ... colon: tenia omentalis (located at ... apron),
tenia mesocolica (located at ... mesocolon), tenia libera ("free" tenia ...
anatomy.uams.edu/HTMLpages/anatomyhtml/intestines.html

In this last file you find the following statements:


there are three teniae coli, named according to their position on the transverse colon: tenia omentalis (located at the line of attachment of the omental apron), tenia mesocolica (located at the line of attachment of the transverse mesocolon), tenia libera ("free" tenia - it has no mesenteric attachment obscuring it)

teniae coli = band of longitudinal smooth muscle on the surface of the large intestine

Hope this helps a bit!
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nateniae coli (tenia libera, tenia omentalis and tenia mesocolica)
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teniae coli (tenia libera, tenia omentalis and tenia mesocolica)


Explanation:
Taenia libera, taenia mesocolica and taenia omentalis sind dickdarmschlingen.
As far as I know and could find out they are simply called the teniae coli of the intestin and are described as a: band of longitudinal smooth muscle on the surface of the large intestine...


please see the following references to confirm these terms:


... zu erkennen und dienen in der Bauchchirurgie zur Identifizierung der Dickdarmschlingen
(Taenia libera, mesocolica, omentalis). Auf Längsschnitten zB durch ein ...
www.gwdg.de/~wgoetz/Verdau.htm


Mesenteric Vessels, Intestines
... of the large intestine, there are three ... colon: tenia omentalis (located at ... apron),
tenia mesocolica (located at ... mesocolon), tenia libera ("free" tenia ...
anatomy.uams.edu/HTMLpages/anatomyhtml/intestines.html

In this last file you find the following statements:


there are three teniae coli, named according to their position on the transverse colon: tenia omentalis (located at the line of attachment of the omental apron), tenia mesocolica (located at the line of attachment of the transverse mesocolon), tenia libera ("free" tenia - it has no mesenteric attachment obscuring it)

teniae coli = band of longitudinal smooth muscle on the surface of the large intestine

Hope this helps a bit!


    see above
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