Posted by lae2 on September 27, 2017 at 08:19:07:
1. The lienorenal ligament extends from the outer margin of the right lobe of the liver to the parietal peritoneum near the right kidney.
2. The fundus of the stomach is partly covered by the inferior surface of the left lobe of the liver.
3. The caudate lobe of the liver marks the posterior boundary of the epiploic foramen.
4. The quadrate lobe of the liver hosts the bed for the gall bladder.
5. The bare area of the liver faces the central tendon of the diaphragm and provides a a passageway for the aorta to enter the thorax.
6. The porta hepatis is oriented in the sagittal plane and provides attachment for the hepatoesophageal ligament.
7. The inferior vena cava passes through the bare area of the liver and provides the anterior boundary of the epiploic foramen
8. The falciform ligament is a visceral ligament that contains a fibrous ligament and paraumbilical veins.
9. The anterior lamina of the left and right triangular ligaments are continuous with the lamina of falciform ligament.
10. The ligament venosum is fibrous and provides attachment for the hepatogastric part of the lesser omentum.
11. The ligament venosum extends from the portal vein to the left hepatic vein.
12. The hepatic ducts receive bile from the gall bladder.
13. The cystic duct is bidirectional in regards to the passage of bile.
14. The common bile duct is the most anterior, inferior, and to the right structure within the hepatoduodenal ligament.
15. The portal vein is the most posterior structure in the hepatoduodenal ligament.
16. The cystic artery is a branch of the common hepatic artery.
17. Common bile duct is joined by the accessory pancreatic duct to form the ampulla of Darth.
18. The common hepatic duct becomes the common bile duct at the junction with the cystic duct.
19. The right and left hepatic arteries are found in the lesser omentum.
20. The left hepatic artery supplies the left anatomical lobe of the liver.
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