Peritoneal spaces

Peritoneal spaces are separate compartments within the peritoneal cavity. These spaces are separated or compartmentalized by various peritoneal ligaments and their attachments. 

The peritoneal spaces are important in the peritoneal diseases, ascites, intraperitoneal collections or peritoneal metastasis.

Peritoneal cavity can be divided into the following spaces:

Anatomy: Abdominopelvic
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Section: Anatomy
Tag: pm
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