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1

what are the anatomical lobes of the lung?

left
right
caudate lobe
quadrate lobe
quadrate & caudate are part of right lobe

2

What separates the left and right lung on the diaphragmatic side?

the falciform ligament

3

What separates the left and right sides on the visceral side I'm anatomical separation of the lung?

left sagittal fissures

4

What is the papillary process?

tail of caudate lobe

5

Where is the caudate process?

extends between the IVC and port hepatis
connecting it to the right lobe

6

What is cantlies line?

From gall bladder to IVC fossa
divides liver into left and right lobes
on the diaphragmatic side
separates liver into left and right surgical lobes

7

what is the main portal fissure (right sagital fissure)?

Where the middle hepatic vein lies
separate the liver into left and right lobes

8

What is in the left sagital fissure?

left hepatic vein

9

What is in the right portal fissure?

right hepatic vein

10

What are the divisions of the liver?

right sagittal fissure (main portal fissure) - divides into left right

right portal fissure (not outside marking) - divides right into posterior & anterior

Left sagittal fissure (left portal fissure and falciform ligament)- divides left into medial & lateral

11

What does each division receive?

a tertiary branch of the portal triad

12

How dare the (lateral & medial) divisions divided on the right surgical lobe?

Transverse line dividing it into four parts

13

How is the left division (lateral and medial divided?

the medial division is left intact
lateral is divided with a transverse line making two segments

14

how are the segments named?

starting with the upper lateral segment
the liver is numbered clockwise

15

Which lobe is number 1 lobe?

caudate lobe

16

What does each lobe receive?

Secondary branch of the portal triad
allows it to function by itself