triangular ligaments

triangular ligaments

two folds of peritoneum that, with the coronary ligaments, attach the liver to the diaphragm.
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The signal intensity of the triangular ligaments was higher than that of the TFC and showed as hypointense or slightly hyperintense striated signal, and the ligamentum subcruentum presented as increased signal intensity on PD-FS images [Figure 2] and [Figure 5].
The ulnar attachment of the TFC was composed of two distinct laminas, also refer to the triangular ligament [Figure 1] and [Figure 2].
The lateral triangular ligaments where larger than the medial ones.
It was remarkable the presence of the double triangular ligaments, one for each part of the left and right lobes, and that the lateral triangular ligaments were larger than the medial ones.