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Describe location of the liver
between diaphragm and viscera; should not extend past costal arch;
the liver is palpable when it is enlarged. What is the term for an enlarged liver?
what are the six lobes of the lungs?
right lateral, right medial, left lateral, left medial, quadrate, caudate
what is found in the right medial lobe?
fossa for gall bladder
narrow, wedged between R &L medial lobes; contacts gall bladder
quadrate lobe
what part of caudate lobe contains the renal impression for the R kidney
Caudate process
which part of the caudate lobe lies along the lesser curvature of the stomach?
papillary process
list 6 peritoneal attachments (ligaments)
coronary, triangular, falciform, round, hepatogastric, hepatoduodenal
between liver and diaphragm, encircles cadal ven cava and hepatic veins
coronary ligament
two ligaments (R&L), between lateral lobes and crura of diaphragm
triangular ligaments
from umbilicusto diaphragm, in adult contains fat
falciform ligament
free edge of falciform ligament, remnant of umbilical vein
round ligament
to lesser curvature of stomach
hepatogastric ligament
to proximal duodenum
hepatoduodenal ligament
gall bladder
stores and concentrates bile
located between right medial and quadrate lobes
gall bladder
where is the cystic duct coming from?
gall bladder
where do the hepatic ducts come from?
liver lobes
the combonation of the cystic ducts with the hepatic ducts yields what?
bile duct
the bile duct and the pancreatic duct empty into the _______ and on the ___________
descending duodenum; major duodenal papilla