Medical Definition of Middle hepatic veins

1. Veins draining the central portion of the liver (the superior anterior segment [VIII] and the left side of the inferior anterior segment [V] of the right lobe and the medial segment [IV] of the left lobe) which join to form a trunk that merges with that of the left hepatic veins about 90% of the time prior to entering the left side of the inferior vena cava. Synonym: venae hepaticae mediae. (05 Mar 2000)



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