hepatic lobes


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hepatic lobes

Etymology: Gk, hēpar, liver, lobos, lobes
the large divisions of the liver: caudate, quadrate, left, and right.
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The left hepatic lobe was hypoplastic and a linear structure of low attenuation formed a boundary between left and right hepatic lobes.
Fresh ischemia-reperfusion hepatic lobes were collected and rinsed in saline to remove remaining blood.
Laceration: parenchymal disruption involving >75% hepatic lobe or involves >3 Couinaud segments.
The right hepatic lobe size was measured in accordance to prior research: the cranio-caudal diameter was determined in the conventional section in the mid-clavicular line, by measuring from the hepatic dome to the inferior hepatic tip.
Enlarged biliary ducts with thickened walls in the left hepatic lobe, and hyperechoic biliary ducts with posterior reverberation in the right lobe--suggestive for cholangitis and pneumobilia (figure 1);
2,12) Some publications have reported that both hepatic lobes were equally affected, (1) while others contended that the left lobe was predominantly involved.
Anatomically, the liver showed only two hepatic lobes.