[mes-eng-kahym, mez-] /ˈmɛs ɛŋ kaɪm, ˈmɛz-/
cells of mesodermal origin that are capable of developing into connective tissues, blood, and lymphatic and blood vessels.
(embryol) the part of the mesoderm that develops into connective tissue, cartilage, lymph, blood, etc
mesenchyme mes·en·chyme (měz’ən-kīm’, měs’-)
The part of the embryonic mesoderm that consists of loosely packed, unspecialized cells that are set in a gelatinous ground substance, from which connective tissue, bone, cartilage, and the circulatory and lymphatic systems develop.
mes·en’chy·mal (měz-ěng’kə-məl, měs-, měz’ən-kī’məl, měs’-) adj.
mesenchymoma mes·en·chy·mo·ma (měz’ən-kī-mō’mə, -kə-, měs’-) n. pl. mes·en·chy·mo·mas or mes·en·chy·mo·ma·ta (-mə-tə) A neoplasm containing a mixture of cells resembling those of the mesenchyme and its derivatives other than fibrous tissue.
[mes-uh n-ter-ee, mez-] /ˈmɛs ənˌtɛr i, ˈmɛz-/ noun, plural mesenteries. Anatomy. 1. the membrane, consisting of a double layer of peritoneum, that invests the intestines, attaching them to the posterior wall of the abdomen, maintaining them in position in the abdominal cavity, and supplying them with blood vessels, nerves, and lymphatics, especially the part of […]
- Mesenteric artery
mesenteric artery n.
- Mesenteric ganglion
mesenteric ganglion n.