double layered portion of the peritoneum shaped like a fan. Handle portion is attached to the posterior wall, and the expanded long edge is attached to the small intestine.
Section of the peritoneum that extends from the colon to the posterior abdominal wall
Large double layer of the peritoneum containing much fat that hangs like an apron over the front of the intestine. It extends from the lower border of the stomach into the pelvic part of the abdomen and then loops back up to the transverse colon.
Smaller membrane extending between the stomach and the liver
Main substance of the tooth
Covering of the tooth, hardest substance in the body
Center of tooth, contains nerves and blood vessels