triangular ligament


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per·i·ne·al mem·brane

[TA]
the layer of fascia extending between the ischiopubic rami inferior to the sphincter urethrae and the deep transverse perineal muscles.

triangular ligament

One of two ligaments (right and left) connecting posterior portions of the right and left lobes of the liver with corresponding portions of the diaphragm.
See also: ligament
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Bile leakage is shown in the left triangular ligament (appendix fibrosa hepatis).
Caption: Figure 3: Left liver triangular ligament. Blue arrow shows bile leakage, red arrow shows the left triangular ligament, and white arrow shows the cardioesophageal junction.
The study of the positions of the coronary ligaments and the left triangular ligament of the liver in relation to the subdivision of the subphrenic space.