Ligaments that connect 2 bones together o named after

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Unformatted text preview: flections: 2 layers of peritoneum connecting 2 abdominal viscera together o Different vs. ligaments that connect 2 bones together o Named after organs that are connected ex. gastrohepatic ligament (or lesser omentum) - Omentums: peritoneal reflections, name based on if attaches to greater or lesser curvature of stomach o Greater omentum (abdominal policeman): deep to abdominal wall, first thing you see when you open the abdominal cavity. The inferior border is not attached to anything and hangs like an apron. Moves towards and wraps itself around inflamed organs (ex. appendix) and tumors to prevent spreading - Reflections...
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