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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 33: Figure 4

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The division of blood vessels in the inner half of the liver, seen from its inferior surface.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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The division of blood vessels in the inner half of the liver

  1. Right lobe.
  2. Left lobe.
  3. Quadrate lobe.
  4. Lobulus Spigelii (s. caudate lobe).
  5. Porta hepatis.
  6. Gallbladder (s. vesica fella).

a) Anterior liver surface.
b) Posterior liver surface.
c) Suspensory ligament of liver.
d) Ligament teres hepatis (in umbilical fossa).
e) Inferior vena cava.
f) Fossa of ductus venosus (Aranti).
g) Portal vein.
h) Hepatic artery.
i) Ductus choledochus (s. bile duct).
k) Cystic duct.
l) Hepatic duct.
m) Ductus venosus (Arantii).
n) Artery to the gallbladder.
o) Gallbladder, fundus.
p) Gallbladder, neck.
q) Hepatic vein.

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