Medical Definition of Tunica serosa hepatis

1. Serous coat of the liver; peritoneal covering of the liver, enclosing almost all except for a triangular area on its posterior surface, (the "bare area of the liver") and a smaller area where the liver and gallbladder are in direct contact. Synonym: tunica serosa hepatis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tunica Serosa Hepatis

tunica muscularis uteri
tunica muscularis ventriculi
tunica muscularis vesicae biliaris
tunica muscularis vesicae felleae
tunica muscularis vesicae urinariae
tunica nervea
tunica propria
tunica propria corii
tunica propria lienis
tunica serosa
tunica serosa coli
tunica serosa gastrica
tunica serosa hepatis (current term)
tunica serosa intestini tenuis
tunica serosa peritonei
tunica serosa tubae uterinae
tunica serosa uteri
tunica serosa ventriculi
tunica serosa vesicae biliaris
tunica serosa vesicae felleae
tunica serosa vesicae urinariae
tunica submucosa
tunica vasculosa
tunica vasculosa bulbi
tunica vasculosa lentis

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