Caudate lobe of liver
|Caudate lobe of liver|
|Posterior and inferior surfaces of the liver. (Caudate lobe visible at center top.)|
|1: Right lobe of liver|
2: Left lobe of liver
3: Quadrate lobe of liver
4: Round ligament of liver
5: Falciform ligament
6: Caudate lobe of liver
7: Inferior vena cava
8: Common bile duct
9: Hepatic artery
10: Portal vein
11: Cystic duct
12: Hepatic duct
|Latin||segment hepatis posterius I, lobus caudatus|
|Gray's||subject #250 1192|
It looks backward, being nearly vertical in position; it is longer from above downward than from side to side, and is somewhat concave in the transverse direction.
The caudate process is a small elevation of the hepatic substance extending obliquely lateralward, from the lower extremity of the caudate lobe to the under surface of the right lobe.
- posterior+hepatic+segment+I at eMedicine Dictionary
- Roche Lexicon - illustrated navigator, at Elsevier 12581.000-1
- SUNY Labs 38:12-0201 - "The Visceral Surface of the Liver"
- Cross section at UV pembody/body8a
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