mesoduodenum mes·o·du·o·de·num (měz’ə-dōō’ə-dē’nəm, -dyōō’-, -dōō-ŏd’n-əm, -dyōō-, měs’-)
The part of the mesentery that connects the duodenum to the wall of the embryonic abdominal cavity.
mes’o·du’o·de’nal adj.


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