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Liver in Situ: Vascular and Duct Systems Anatomy

Liver in Situ: Vascular and Duct Systems Anatomy
Right lobe of liver, Quadrate lobe, Gallbladder, Round ligament (ligamentum teres) of liver (obliterated left umbilical vein) Left lobe of liver, Caudate lobe seen through lesser omentum (hepatogastric ligament), Window cut in lesser omentum (hepatoduodenal ligament), Proper hepatic artery (Common) bile duct, Hepatic portal vein, Omental foramen (of Winslow), Kidney (retroperitoneal), Duodenum, Greater omentum, Right colic (hepatic) flexure.

Lesser omentum (hepatogastric ligament), Spleen, Stomach, Left colic (splenic) flexure, Hepatic vein, Sublobular vein, Central vein, Sinusoids, Portal triad, Sublobular veins, Portal triad, Sinusoids, Central vein, Portal triads (hepatic artery, portal vein branch, bile ductule), Proper hepatic artery, Hepatic portal vein, Common hepatic duct, Perivascular fibrous (Glisson’s) capsule extending into porta hepatis along vessels and bile duct.