Position of the Viscera in the Condition of Visceroptosis
Showing the position of the viscera in the condition of visceroptosis (Glenard’s disease). Labels: A, sterno-ensiform line: it crosses above the fifth costal cartilage; B, mid-epigastric line; C, umbilical line; D, mid-hypogastric line; a, pericardium; b, stomach (greatly elongated and dilated); c, liver; c’, the lingual or Riedel’s process; d, duodenum; e, caecum; f, transverse colon; g, rectum; h, elongated gastro-hepatic omentum.
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Treves, Frederick Surgical Applied Anatomy (New York, NY: Cassell and Company, LTD, 1922)