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  • Randall Nydam

    RE: Location of Ovaries and Uterine Tubes: Intra-?...

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Lisa, I agree with Tom. While many organs change their peritoneal relationships during development the categorizations we apply are for the 'adult' relationships. Clinically (which often means 'generally'...

  • Thomas Gest

    RE: Location of Ovaries and Uterine Tubes: Intra-?...

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Dear Lisa, The suspensory ligament of the ovary contains the ovarian vessels and is the mesentery of the ovary, and the mesovarium suspends ovary from the rest of the broad ligament, so the ovaries...

  • Lisa Lee

    RE: Histology Competency?

    Posted in: Digital Histology...

    I agree that objectives and competencies could have an extensive overlap. I use the following distinctions (and would love to hear what others use to differentiate the two): Objectives are...

  • Lisa Lee

    Location of Ovaries and Uterine Tubes: Intra-? Retro-?...

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Colleagues, How do you describe the location of ovaries and uterine tubes? Embryologically, they arise from the intermediate mesoderm which is retroperitoneal after folding but, they descend...

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