Septum Transversum

Omental bursa

Colon Transversum Omentum

Figure 13.13 A. Sagittal section showing the relation of the greater omentum, stomach, transverse colon, and small intestinal loops at 4 months. The pancreas and duodenum have already acquired a retroperitoneal position. B. Similar section as in A, in the newborn. The leaves of the greater omentum have fused with each other and with the transverse mesocolon. The transverse mesocolon covers the duodenum, which fuses with the posterior body wall to assume a retroperitoneal position.

Vitelline duct

Allantois

Vitelline Duct

Respiratory diverticulum

Stomach Liver bud Duodenum

Midgut

Heart

Hindgut

Heart

Vitelline duct

Allantois

Cloacal membrane

Respiratory diverticulum

Stomach Liver bud Duodenum

Midgut

Hindgut

Septum transversum' Liver

Septum Transversum

Larynx

Esophagus

Stomach

Duodenum

Primary intestinal loop

Septum transversum' Liver

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