Jackson's Membrane Or Veil

Correct spelling for Jackson's membrane or veil

Medical definition of Jackson's membrane or veil:

A thin vascular membrane or veil- like adhesion, covering the anterior surface of the ascending colon from the cecum to the hepatic flexure; it may cause obstruction by kinking of the bowel.

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