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Anterior view of the liver (English)

Anterior view of the liver (English)

From an anterior perspective, aspects of the superior, anterior and right surfaces of the liver, which are collectively dome-shaped due to their contact with the overlying diaphragm, can be seen. All are covered mainly with peritoneum which is reflected superiorly as the anterior part of the coronary ligament, forming the bare area of the liver posterior to it. The anterior covering of peritoneum meets its posterior counterpart at the upper right and left corners of the liver, forming the right and left triangular ligaments. The left and right lobes of the liver are separated by the falciform ligament, whose inferior margin encloses the round ligament
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