Left Lobe of Liver

The left lobe of the liver is the smaller and flatter of the two liver lobes. The inferior and posterior surfaces are divided into four lobes by five fossae, which are arranged in the form of the letter H. The left limb of the H marks on these surfaces the division of liver into right and left lobes.

 

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