Medical Definition of Fibrous appendix of liver

1. A fibrous process, into which the tip of the left lobe of the liver may taper out, that passes with the left triangular ligament to be attached to the diaphragm. Synonym: appendix fibrosa hepatis. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrous Appendix Of Liver

fibrosing alveolitis
fibrosing mediastinitis
fibrositic headache
fibrotic ophthalmoplegia
fibrous-rooted begonia
fibrous adhesion
fibrous ankylosis
fibrous appendix of liver (current term)
fibrous articular capsule
fibrous astrocyte
fibrous bacterial viruses
fibrous capsule
fibrous capsule of kidney
fibrous capsule of liver
fibrous capsule of parotid gland
fibrous capsule of spleen
fibrous capsule of thyroid gland
fibrous cortical defect
fibrous degeneration
fibrous digital sheaths of foot
fibrous digital sheaths of hand
fibrous dysplasia

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