left lobe

left lobe

[TA]
the left subdivision of several glands, for example, prostate, thyroid, thymus.
Synonym(s): lobus sinister [TA]
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Further, chest and abdomen CT scan showed hepatic AML in the left lobe of the liver, and the change in resection of the right kidney, and multiple left renal AML, and bilateral pulmonary LAMs, and right pleural effusion [Figure 1]f and 1g].
3] Acquired changes in liver morphology are represented by the following characteristic features, [1] linguiform lobes, [2] costal organ with very small left lobe, [3] deep renal impressions and "corset" type constrictions and local inflammation of the organ or gall bladder.
Dog number 1 had cholangiocarcinoma in the left lobe of the liver and portal fibrosis in the hepatic pappilary process of the caudate lobe.
The demarcation line is determined by placing a temporary clamp on the hepatic artery and portal vein of the lobe to be removed in order to determine the right and left lobe resection lines.
Suspected venous malformation combining with dilated left portal vein lying inside the left lobe passing inside the wide hepatic vein branch separated from vena cava inferior was detected in the abdominal ultrasonography taken.
The oocyte frequency analysis showed that the oocyte distribution was uniform in all three regions of the left lobe ([chi square], 0.
5 T Avanto; Siemens Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany), showing a well demarcated cystic formation, 14 mm in diamter in the left lobe (S3), surrounded by a zone of inhomogeneous liver tissue with a maximum diameter of 35 mm.
In February 2011, a 79-year-old male patient with no history of alcohol use visited a private hospital with a complaint of abdominal pain, and biopsy was performed twice for the mass of 2x3x4 cm located in left lobe of liver.
Hypoplasia or agenesis of left lobe of the liver is defined as the absence of liver tissue on the left side of liver without previous disease or surgery.
On examination, she had a multinodular, firm neck swelling with dominant nodule in the left lobe (Fig).

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