Focal nodular fatty infiltration with low attenuation, commonly in the area adjacent to the falciform
ligament, and an enlargement of the liver with ascites.
The only description found of the liver of the nutria (Wagner, 1963) divides it into three lobules: right, diaphragmatic or middle lobe and the left lobe and the only ligament observed by the author was the falciform
The livers procured had the attachment of falciform
ligament, coronary ligament and triangular ligament on its surface.
Other possible abdominal sites for the tumor include the liver, [sup] spleen, [sup] kidney, [sup] ligamentum hepatoduodenale, [sup] gall bladder, [sup] the falciform
ligament, [sup] and the omentum.
1) The PEComa family includes angiomyolipoma, clear cell sugar tumor of the lung, lymphangioleiomyomatosis, clear cell myomelanocytic tumor of the falciform
ligament/ligamentum teres, and rare clear cell tumors of other anatomic sites.
4) slender, 2 macrosetae present along outer surface, falciform
, undivided at acute apex, tiny internal tooth present on apical region, almost symmetrical.
An 8-cm celiotomy was carried out, followed by excision of the falciform
ligament and total omentectomy.
The dorsal mesentery gives rise to the lesser omentum, falciform
ligament and the visceral peritoneum of the liver.
2%, and is defined as a gallbladder located to the left of the ligamentum teres and the falciform
The paired oviducts are slender segments, which emerge from the peritoneal cavity by an ostium in the falciform
Initial findings were of dilated small bowel overlying the liver, and a diaphragmatic hernial defect visualised to the right of the falciform
2A, B, D, E, K, L) asymmetrical, falciform
in lateral view, basal 2/3 fused together in ventral view, medially produced into semicircular lobe at apical inner margin; left side bearing strong hook-like process submedially directed dorsocaudad, right side with a relatively small spinous process; apex of genital styles widely separated, both strongly curved in lateral view.