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19 Splenorenal (lienorenal, phrenicosplenic) ligament. Lig. splenorenal (lienorenale, phrenicosplenicum). Peritoneal fold that extends from the diaphragm, kidney and pancreas to the hilum of the spleen; on the right, it is continuous with the transverse mesocolon. B

20 Hepatic ligaments. Ligg. hepatis.

21 Coronary ligament. Lig. coronarium. The line or reflection of the parietal peritoneum that extends from the diaphragmatic surface to the visceral peritoneum of the liver at the margin of the bare area. A

22 Falciform ligament of liver. Lig. falciforme (he-patis). Peritoneal fold from the anterior and inferior sides of the liver to the anterior abdominal wall. B

23 Right triangular ligament. Lig. triangulare dextrum. Triangular peritoneal fold between the right lobe of the liver and the diaphragm. It forms the right end of the coronary ligament. A

24 Left triangular ligament. Lig. triangulare sin-istrum. Triangular peritoneal fold between the liver and diaphragm. It forms the left end of the coronary ligament. A

25 Hepatorenal ligament. Lig. hepatorenale. Continuation of the coronary ligament attached to the right kidney. A

26 Folds and recesses. Plicae et fossae (recessus).

27 Fascia retinens rostralis. Band passing upward at the duodenojejunal flexure, in some cases together with the suspensory muscle of the duodenum. See 124.10. A

28 Superior duodenal fold (duodenojejunal fold). Plica duodenalis superior (plica duodenoje-junalis). Peritoneal fold on the left side of the duodenojejunal flexures and in front of the superior duodenal recess. It contains the inferior mesenteric vein. A

29 Superior duodenal recess. Recessus duodenalis superior. Peritoneal recess behind the superior duodenal fold. A

30 Inferior duodenal fold (duodenomesocolic fold). Plica duodenalis inferior (plica duode-nomesocolica). Peritoneal fold just in front of duodenojejunal flexure. A

31 Inferior duodenal recess. Recessus duodenalis inferior. Peritoneal recess behind the inferior duodenal fold. A

32 Paraduodenal fold. [Plica paraduodenalis]. Peritoneal fold located on the left side of the duodenum. A

33 Paraduodenal recess. [Recessus para-duodenalis]. Peritoneal recess behind the para-duodenal fold that opens toward the right. A

34 Retroduodenal recess. [Recessus retroduo-denalis]. Peritoneal recess between the aorta and the duodenum that opens toward the left. A

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