Difference between revisions of "Lesser Sac Movie"

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| width=400px|<mediaplayer width='386' height='520' image="http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/images/f/fc/Gastrointestinal_tract_growth_01_icon.jpg">File:Lesser sac 01.mp4</mediaplayer>
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|  [[File:Lesser sac_01_icon.jpg|200px}left]] This animation shows the development of the [[L#lesser sac|lesser sac]] associated with the rotation of the stomach and growth of the liver.
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|  [[File:Lesser sac_01_icon.jpg|100px}left]] This animation shows the development of the [[L#lesser sac|lesser sac]] associated with the rotation of the stomach and growth of the liver.
  
 
This cross-sectional view of the abdomen viewed from above, with dorsal (back) top and ventral (front) bottom of animation.
 
This cross-sectional view of the abdomen viewed from above, with dorsal (back) top and ventral (front) bottom of animation.

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<mediaplayer width='386' height='520' image="http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/images/7/7b/Lesser_sac_01_icon.jpg">File:Lesser sac 01.mp4</mediaplayer> 100px}left This animation shows the development of the lesser sac associated with the rotation of the stomach and growth of the liver.

This cross-sectional view of the abdomen viewed from above, with dorsal (back) top and ventral (front) bottom of animation.

Later the retroperitoneal position of the developing kidneys is also shown either side of the dorsal (thoracic) aorta.


Legend

  • spleen in mesentery
  • stomach endoderm of gastrointestinal tract
  • liver
  • mesentery


Links: Quicktime version | Gastrointestinal Tract Movies | Gastrointestinal Tract Development | Flash version




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