Medical Definition of Lobus hepatis dexter

1. The largest lobe of the liver, separated from the left lobe above and in front by the falciform ligament and from the caudate and quadrate lobes by the sulcus for the vena cava and the fossa for the gallbladder; it contains two segments, anterior and posterior. Synonym: lobus hepatis dexter. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lobus Hepatis Dexter

lobulus parietalis superior
lobulus quadrangularis
lobulus quadratus
lobulus semilunaris inferior
lobulus semilunaris superior
lobulus simplex
lobus anterior hypophyseos
lobus appendicularis
lobus azygos
lobus caudatus
lobus dexter
lobus falciformis
lobus frontalis cerebri
lobus glandularis hypophyseos
lobus hepatis dexter (current term)
lobus hepatis sinister
lobus inferior pulmonis
lobus linguiformis
lobus medius pulmonis dextri
lobus nervosus
lobus occipitalis cerebri
lobus parietalis cerebri
lobus posterior hypophyseos
lobus prostatae
lobus pyramidalis glandulae thyroideae
lobus quadratus
lobus renalis
lobus sinister

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