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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ser or gastro-hepatic omentiuii is a foldenclosing the vessels in the porttU fissure and passing to the lesser curvature of thestomach and the first part of the duodenum. A secondary fcjld containing thecystic duct, the duodeno-eystic fold, joins it on the right. Near this it presents afree border forming the ft^^^i of the foramen of Winslow. On the left it runs alongthe fissure of the ductus venosus to the notch in the lier made by the passage ofthe oesophagus. There its left layer is reflected as the under one

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ser or gastro-hepatic omentiuii is a foldenclosing the vessels in the porttU fissure and passing to the lesser curvature of thestomach and the first part of the duodenum. A secondary fcjld containing thecystic duct, the duodeno-eystic fold, joins it on the right. Near this it presents afree border forming the ft^^^i of the foramen of Winslow. On the left it runs alongthe fissure of the ductus venosus to the notch in the lier made by the passage ofthe oesophagus. There its left layer is reflected as the under one Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ser or gastro-hepatic omentiuii is a foldenclosing the vessels in the porttU fissure and passing to the lesser curvature of thestomach and the first part of the duodenum. A secondary fcjld containing thecystic duct, the duodeno-eystic fold, joins it on the right. Near this it presents afree border forming the ft^^^i of the foramen of Winslow. On the left it runs alongthe fissure of the ductus venosus to the notch in the lier made by the passage ofthe oesophagus. There its left layer is reflected as the under one of the left coro-nary ligament, while the right layer descends along the left of the vena cava to jointhe right inferior coronary ligament. The posterior surface of the Spigelian lobe iscovered with peritoneum which is almost surrounded by these lines of attachment, but is continuous, by means of the caudate lobe, with the serous coat of the undersurface of the right lobe. Thus a pocket is roofed in behind the lobe of Spigelius. Fig. 1457. Pericardial fat Cavity of_pericardium. Inferior venacava ^!S<^y;G^ii*A^S^5?^5^^^^ IX rib Major azygos vein X thoracic vertebra Transverse section at level of tenth thoracic vertebra, upper surface of diaphragm exposed, showing relation of viscera ; outline of liver ; of stomach, ; of colon, 00000; of spleen, x x x x x. The hepatic duct lies within the lesser omentum to the right and in front of theportal vein. It is joined by the cystic duct in its fold, already mentioned. As itleaves the gall-bladder, the duodeno-eystic fold is a distinct duplicature which joinsthe lesser omentum at an angle ; but at the lower part, where the cystic duct opensinto the hepatic, the folds become one. The common l)ile-duct may be in the verylowest part of the lesser omentum, where it is attached to the postero-inner surfaceof the duodenum where the first part bends down to become the second ; but therelations are variable, and the common duct may have no per

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