right liver

right liver

[TA]
portion of the liver receiving blood from the right branches of the hepatic artery and portal vein, and from which bile is drained via the right hepatic duct; the plane of the middle hepatic vein (demarcated externally on the visceral surface by the fossae for the gallbladder and inferior vena cava and on the diaphragmatic surface by a line extrapolated from the gallbladder to the terminal inferior vena cava) separates right from left liver.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

right liver

(rīt liv'ĕr) [TA]
Portion of the liver receiving blood from the right branches of the hepatic artery and portal vein, and from which bile is drained through the right hepatic duct; the plane of the middle hepatic vein separates right from left liver.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The right portal vein was transected with a vascular staple; the right hepatic artery, vein, and right hepatic canal were saved (Figure 2, 3), and the parenchymal dissection of the right liver lobe was performed with an ultrasonic dissector and isolated with a sterile plastic bag (Figure 4).
A, Cross image of the right liver lobe showing a large solitary heterogenous mass with central scar and the background noncirrhotic liver.
At autopsy, the pathologist concluded that the cause of death was "[c]omplications of hemoperitoneum (blood in the peritoneal cavity) following a recent liver biopsy procedure in a patient with liver cirrhosis." He noted a capsular tear of 1.1 cm in length with varied depths of 0.3 to 1.2 cm in the anterior, right liver.
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Ultrasonography showed a maternal right liver lobe hydatid cyst measuring 14 x 16 cm, and CT scan revealed a large sizable hypodense cystic lesion of about 150 x 150 x 200 mm in AP x TS x CC dimensions, respectively, with multiple septations inside, being mainly in the right lobe, with peripheral calcific wall seen laterally with normal liver parenchyma (Figure 1), occupying almost the whole right lobe of the liver, exerting a mass effect in the form of right kidney, right renal vasculature, and IVC compression with no invasion in addition to medial displacement of the duodenum and midline structures.
Abdominal ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT) revealed a solid 3.0 cm mass, which was suspected to be cystadenocarcinoma, in the right liver lobe (Couinaud segment 8).
Images of the upper abdomen confirmed the large hydatid cyst in the right liver lobe.
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