visceral surface of liver

vis·cer·al sur·face of liv·er

[TA]
the posteroinferior surface of the liver that faces adjacent abdominal organs; the porta hepatis and gallbladder are located on this surface.
Synonym(s): facies visceralis hepatis [TA]
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CT findings by Auh et al (1984) [9] regarding accessory fissures on the visceral surface of liver was 25%, which increased to 70% with advancing age.
6) and was reflected to the visceral surface of liver. In five (5%) specimens, the fundus was of the marginal type (Fig.
Involvement of stomach and visceral surface of liver as in this case is extremely rare.