right medial division of liver

(redirected from divisio medialis dextra hepatis)

right medial division of liver

[TA]
in the surgical schema for subdividing the liver, the portion that lies between the approximately vertical planes of the right and middle hepatic veins and includes the right anterior and posterior medial segments (hepatic segments V and VIII); it comprises approximately the middle third of the anatomic right lobe of the liver.

right me·di·al di·vi·sion of liv·er

(rīt mē'dē-ăl di-vizh'ŭn liv'ĕr) [TA]
The portion of the liver that lies between the approximately vertical planes of the right and middle hepatic veins and includes the right anterior and posterior medial segments (hepatic segments V and VIII); it is approximately the middle third of the anatomic right lobe of the liver.
Synonym(s): divisio medialis dextra hepatis [TA] .