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Abdominal organs

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Hepar - surfaces 1) facies diaphragmatica 2) facies visceralis
margins margo anterior + posterior
lobes 1) lobus dexter 2) lobus sinister 3) lobus quadratus 4) lobus caudatus
ligaments 5: falciformae, coronarium, teres hepatis, hepatoduodenale, hepatogastricum
the liver is.... mesoperitoneal (three sides covered)
the liver recieves venous blood from: vena portae (stomach, intestines, pancreas, spleen)
liver artery arteria hepatica propria
way of blood out of the liver arterial blood --> venous blood --> vena centralis --> venau centrales --> vena hepatica --> v. cava inferior
way of bile hepatcytes ---> ductuli biliferi --> ductuli interlobares --> doctus hepaticus sinister/dexter --> ductus hepaticus communis --> ductus cysticus --> vesica fellea -->doctus choledochus --> papilla duodeni major
triad of the liver in hepatoduodenal ligament: bile duct, portal vein, common hepatic duct
the pancres is.. extraperitoneal
intraperitoneal organs stomach, caecum, 2 parts of colon, spleen
mesoperitoneal organs (2 sides) hepar, colon ascendens/descendens
extraperitoneal organs (one side covered) duodenum, pacreas
retroperitoneal (no contact at all) end of rectum, large vessels
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