inflammation of the underlying layer of adipose tissue (panniculus) of the peritoneum, usually of the mesentery or the omentum. There are several forms with various names and are usually characterized by infiltration of lymphocytes and neutrophils, fat necrosis, and fibrosis.


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<b>Panniculitis</b> mesenterialis

Panniculitis mesenterialis
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mesenteric <b>panniculitis</b>:

mesenteric panniculitis:
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Mesenteric <b>panniculitis</b>

Mesenteric panniculitis
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<b>Panniculitis</b>, <b>Peritoneal</b>

Panniculitis, Peritoneal
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Mesenteric <b>Panniculitis</b> in a

Mesenteric Panniculitis in a
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Assistant : <b>Peritoneum</b> and

Assistant : Peritoneum and
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Primary <b>peritoneal</b> serous

Primary peritoneal serous
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<b>panniculitis</b> (H and E,

panniculitis (H and E,
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