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The liver cell cords travel through the septum transversum and meet the vitelline and umbilical veins.
While this typical structure of the liver is formed, the mesoderm of the septum transversum divides the liver into lobes and lobules by making the connective tissue parts of the organ (31).
Supportive stromal tissue of the liver develops from the septum transversum and from the splanchnic mesoderm around the stomach (15).
We propose the name 'congenital hepatophrenic fusion' and hypothesise that it results from the uninhibited growth and invasion of the septum transversum by the hepatic primordium.