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Re: T/F Liver, Duodenum, and Pancreas Part I

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Posted by Jackie on September 29, 2017 at 08:03:11:

In Reply to: T/F Liver, Duodenum, and Pancreas Part I 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.
- True
: 2. The fundus of the stomach is partly covered by the inferior surface of the left lobe of the liver.
- True
: 3. The caudate lobe of the liver marks the posterior boundary of the epiploic foramen.
- False
: 4. The quadrate lobe of the liver hosts the bed for the gall bladder.
- True
: 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.
- True
: 6. The porta hepatis is oriented in the sagittal plane and provides attachment for the hepatoesophageal ligament.
- True
: 7. The inferior vena cava passes through the bare area of the liver and provides the anterior boundary of the epiploic foramen
- False
: 8. The falciform ligament is a visceral ligament that contains a fibrous ligament and paraumbilical veins.
- False
: 9. The anterior lamina of the left and right triangular ligaments are continuous with the lamina of falciform ligament.
- True
: 10. The ligament venosum is fibrous and provides attachment for the hepatogastric part of the lesser omentum.
- True
: 11. The ligament venosum extends from the portal vein to the left hepatic vein.
- True
: 12. The hepatic ducts receive bile from the gall bladder.
- True
: 13. The cystic duct is bidirectional in regards to the passage of bile.
- True
: 14. The common bile duct is the most anterior, inferior, and to the right structure within the hepatoduodenal ligament.
- False
: 15. The portal vein is the most posterior structure in the hepatoduodenal ligament.
- True
: 16. The cystic artery is a branch of the common hepatic artery.
- True
: 17. Common bile duct is joined by the accessory pancreatic duct to form the ampulla of Darth.
- True
: 18. The common hepatic duct becomes the common bile duct at the junction with the cystic duct.
- True
: 19. The right and left hepatic arteries are found in the lesser omentum.
- False
: 20. The left hepatic artery supplies the left anatomical lobe of the liver.
- True




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