So in conclusion, we have spoken
about the liver and the gallbladder.
We looked at the position of these organs within
the abdomen and then we explored their gross anatomy
of the anatomical lobes and the functional lobes.
What we can see on the anterior surface
and what we can see on the posterior surface.
We then looked at various
peritoneal ligaments: the coronary,
triangular, falciform ligaments.
And specifically the falciform
ligament containing the ligamentum
the round ligament of the liver
which used to be the umbilical vein.
We looked at the portal hepatic and how
it had similar structures to the portal triad.
hepatic artery, hepatic portal vein and the bile duct.
And then we looked at the gross anatomy and
the formation of the gallbladder and the biliary tree.