The Ligament of Treitz (musculus suspensorius duodeni), or suspensory muscle of the duodenum, is a thin muscle that marks the location of the duodenojejunal junction. The muscle is attached inferiorly to the third and fourth portions of the duodenum, and superiorly to connective tissue in the region around the superiory mesenteric and celiac arteries. The Ligament of Treitz was first described in 1853 by Dr. Václav Treitz, a professor of pathological anatomy in Prague.
Winter is coming. There are huge consumption of coats in winter. This picture is a great example of the current trend of coat. For this coming Fall/Winter season, a oversized coat will be a trend. This suggests a trend in coat well.