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the greater omentum comes from the ____

dorsal mesentery

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one of the initial actions to start the swinging of the dorsal mesentery is probably ____

apoptosis

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foregut artery

celiac artery

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midgut artery

superior mesenteric artery

4

hindgut artery

inferior mesenteric artery

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eventually, the ventral mesentery only exists in the ____

foregut

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the liver grows in the ventral mesentery and divides it into the ___ and the ____

falciform ligament and the lesser omentum

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the lesser momentum consists of the ____ and ____

hepatogastic and hepatoduodenal ligament

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the yolk sac is connected to the embryo via the ___

vitelline duct

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the intestines bulge out into the umbilical cord because most of the space is taken up by the ___

kidneys

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the intestines didn't return back into the abdomen the way they are supposed to

omphalocele

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like omphalocele but with no membrane surrounding

gastroschisis

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Normal variant in 2-3% of the population, where a remnant of vitelline duct projects from the side of the ileum

Meckel's (Ileal) diverticulum

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volvulus

a connection of the ilium remains and becomes twisted

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coelum

A body cavity lined by tissue derived only from mesoderm, it then gets lined by an epithelium

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in the developing embryo, one of the most anterior structures is the ____

septum transversum

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the four component parts of the developing diaphragm are the ___

septum transversum, pleuroperitoneal folds, dorsal mesentery of the esophagus, body wall