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5.2.22 Review of liver, pancreas, spleen


Let's review what w've seen of the liver, pancreas and spleen.

Here's the liver, the left lobe, the right lobe, the quadrate lobe, and the caudate lobe. Here's the falciform ligament, and the ligamentum teres. Here's the coronary ligament, and the right triangular, and left triangular ligaments.

Here's the inferior vena cava, the gall bladder, the porta hepatis, the portal vein, the hepatic artery, the common hepatic duct, cystic duct, and common bile duct.

Here's the pancreas, the head of the pancreas, the uncinate process, and the neck, the body, and the tail. Here's the spleen, the gastro-splenic ligament, and the lieno-renal ligament.

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