CT Abdomen of The phrenicocolic ligament.


The phrenicocolic ligament.
(a) CT demonstrates the phrenicocolic ligament (curved arrows) as a triangular fat-containing structure extending from the splenic flexure of the colon to the diaphragm at the level of the 10th or 11th rib.
(b) Coronal sonogram of the left flank shows a bandlike echogenic structure (arrows) extending from the colon to the abdominal wall, just inferior to the tip of the spleen (SP). Left paracolic ascites is separated from the perisplenic ascites by the phrenicocolic ligament. (Courtesy of Yong Ho Auh, M.D., Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea)

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