Anatomy

The portion of the peritoneum that descends from the stomach and the transverse colon to form a lacy apron of fat over the intestines is called what?

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The greater omentum is a 'lacy apron' of fat over the intestines that is in the portion of the peritoneum that descends form the stomach and the transverse colon.