The retroperitoneal space (retroperitoneum) is the anatomical space (sometimes a potential space) in the abdominal cavity behind (retro) the peritoneum. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Drawing of the anatomy of the retroperitoneal spaces at the level of the kidneys. The anterior pararenal space (APRS) is located between the parietal peritoneum (PP) and the anterior renal fascia (ARF) and contains the pancreas (Pan), the ascending colon (AC), and the descending colon (DC). The posterior pararenal space (PPRS) is located between the posterior renal fascia (PRF) and the transversalis fascia (TF). The perirenal space (PRS) is located between the anterior renal fascia and the…
Digestive system - mesenteries and peritoneum
The retroperitoneum is the part of the abdominal cavity that lies between the posterior parietal peritoneum and anterior to the transversalis fascia. It is divided into three spaces by the perirenal fascia and is best visualised using CT or MRI. The three spaces are: anterior pararenal space perirenal space posterior pararenal space http://radiopaedia.org/articles/retroperitoneum
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Three-panel drawing of stage IIA, IIB, and stage II primary peritoneal cancer; the first panel (stage IIA) shows cancer inside both ovaries that has spread to the uterus and fallopian tube. The second panel (stage IIB) shows cancer inside both ovaries that has spread to the colon. The third panel (stage II primary peritoneal cancer) shows cancer in the pelvic peritoneum. Also shown are the cervix and vagina.
The Radiology Assistant : Peritoneum and Mesentery - part I: Anatomy
Simple squamous epithelium; peritoneum- a serous membrane Epithelial Tissue Histology