Ca of the greater omentum left
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Carcinoma of the greater omentum (Epiploon-Ca) = visceral peritoneum, left side of body
Ugly abdominal conflict
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
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Compact cauliflower-like growing adenoid so-called mesothelioma of secretory grade or flat growing adeno-ca of resorptive grade in the greater omentum area.
Tumorous caseating necrotizing degradation, often accompanied by adhesions (fusions, stickings).
- Secretory type: secretion of fluids for the abdominal viscera (in extreme cases ascites); see peritoneal dialysis.
- A tactile mechanism, whereby it wraps around and encapsulates an inflamed area (cold abscess).
A part of the peritoneum is the so-called greater omentum, which also has an exudative and resorptive function (peritoneal dialysis) and motility so that it wraps explicitly around a focus of inflammation (perforated appendix) to seal it off (bulkheads: local abscess).