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Liver anatomy

Liver anatomy

(Science: radiology) main lobar fissure: plane connecting gall Bladder bed and ivc (Cantlie line), middle hepatic vein runs here, divides right and left lobes, right hepatic vein: divides anterior and posterior segments of the, right lobe, falciform ligament: divides medial and lateral segments of the left lobe, contains ligmentum teres, caudate lobe: bounded posteriorly by fossa of ivc and anteriorly by the, fissure of the ligamentum venosum


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