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.

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.
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A lot of non-invasive parameters associated with portal hypertension have been assessed in various studies for predicting high risk EVs for example splenic diameter, liver stiffness, platelet count, spleen thickness, Platelet/Spleen diameter ratio, Right liver lobe diameter/serum albumin ratios, international normalized ratio, serum albumin, portal vein diameter (PVD), Child-Pugh score and elastography.
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The right liver mass was noted to be compressing the portal vein and common bile duct.
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