right branch

right branch

[TA]
of a pair of branches, the branch passing to the right side of the body, to the right member of a bilateral pair of structures, or to the right portion of an unpaired structure; the other member of the pair being a left branch. Terminologia Anatomica list(s) right branch(es) (ramus dexter) of the following: 1) hepatic artery proper (ramus dexter arteriae hepaticae propriae [TA]); and 2) portal vein (ramus dexter venae portae hepatis [TA]).
Synonym(s): ramus dexter [TA]
References in classic literature ?
It was on the right branch, or head stream of the river, locked up among cliffs and precipices where there was no danger from roving bands, and where the Blackfeet dare not enter.
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Left portal branch has a longer extraparenchymal course and tends to be slightly more horizontal than the right branch.
The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen tv network reported earlier today that the army men are ready to cross the right branch of the river.
We've also been investing in our services and in technology, and making sure we have the right branch network.
The CT scan revealed a large filling defect with little enhancement, which obstructed the main pulmonary artery and its right branch, with heart involvement and moderate pericardial effusion (figure 1).
hn] are chosen in such a way that they satisfy the experimental data which are asymmetric curves of slope different from one for the right branch, therefore expression (7) may be rewritten as:
The lower region of the trachea breaks into a left and right branch with each branch supplying its respective lung with air.
In order to make the tool, crows would have to find the right branch with the right dimensions, trim the leaves and bark, and then shape the hook itself.
A contrast-enhanced CT of the chest was performed and revealed sudden interruption of right branch of pulmonary artery in its proximal part [Figure 5, blue arrow].
3) The modified Blalock-Taussig shunt is a systemic-to-pulmonary artery shunt that uses a PTFE interposition graft between the innominate artery and the right branch pulmonary artery (with left aortic arch) to palliate until definitive correction can be achieved.