right lobe of liver

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right lobe of liv·er

[TA]
the largest lobe of the liver, separated from the left lobe anteriorly and superiorly by the falciform and coronary ligaments and from the caudate and quadrate lobes by the sulcus for the vena cava and the fossa for the gallbladder.
Synonym(s): lobus hepatis dexter [TA]

right lobe of liv·er

(rīt lōb liv'ĕr) [TA]
The largest lobe of the liver, separated from the left lobe above and in front by the falciform ligament and from the caudate and quadrate lobes by the sulcus for the vena cava and the fossa for the gallbladder; it contains two segments, anterior and posterior.
Synonym(s): lobus hepatis dexter [TA] .
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