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Massive Splenomegaly: 16

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The parietal peritoneum passes onto Gerota's fascia (see renal anatomy), and then reflects back onto the renal surface of the spleen forming the splenorenal (lienorenal) ligament.       

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Massive Splenomegaly: 17

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The spleen was lifted anteriorly to expose the splenorenal ligament. With a massively enlarged spleen, direct visual exposure of the ligament is often difficult.       

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The peritoneum is incised on Gerota's fascia, just lateral to the splenorenal ligament.       

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