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(Science: anatomy) Pertaining to the mesentery: a membranous fold attaching various organs to the body wall.

Origin: Gr. Mesenterikos

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... having been studied for past ten-plus years or so, were discovered in a field station bathroom and infected humans. Angiostrongylus can infect mesenteric arteries, including the urogenital peritoneum, may wander in the body and mature in other locations, primarily in the CNS, meninges and eyes. ...

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