This sqadia.com medical lecture focuses on the peritoneal cavity. First and foremost, the development and divisions of the peritoneal cavity has been shed light on. Moreover, this V learning lecture provides a thorough comprehension of the foramen, subphrenic space and paracolic gutters in addition to the peritoneal organs. That is not all! Besides these, applied anatomy, ascites and pneumoperitoneum has been brought under discussion.
Development and Divisions
In the beginning of this section, peritoneal cavity and its development has been elaborated. Moreover, cavity in both males and females have been reported. In addition to this, the subdivisions into greater and lesser sac has been explicated.
This section lays stress on the subdivisions. Firstly, greater sac and the attachment of the ligaments have been delineated. Subsequently, lesser sac, its walls in conjunction with the borders of lesser sac has been highlighted. In the end, this section has been concluded by mentioning about the contents of lesser omentum.
Foramen and Spaces
Third section predominantly covers the foramen and spaces. Initially, the epiploic foramen and its boundaries have been interpreted. Following this, foramen of Winslow and subphrenic spaces have been deliberated. Then this section comes to an end by a conversation on paracolic gutters.
This section solely talks about the peritoneal organs. At the commencement of this section, intraperitoneal organs and the retroperitoneal organs have been considered. Conclusively, intraperitoneal and retroperitoneal relationships along with the innervation of the peritoneum has been elucidated.
At the onset of this section, ascites and its symptoms along with the causes, diagnosis and assessment of fluid type has been shed light on. Moreover, its treatment, pneumoperitoneum in addition to its signs and symptoms have been presented. Then this section has been summed up by conversing about hernia through the foramen of Winslow.