Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1967;7(1):8-18.
Studies on the Subgross Anatomy of the Canine Viscera by the Vinylite-Corrosion Technique 2. The Ramification of Portal and Hepatic Vein System of Liver
Ki Choul Mo
College of Agriculture, Kyong Puk University
합성수지주입법(合成樹脂注入法)에 의(依)한 개 내장(內臟)의 준조대해부학적연구(準粗大解剖學的硏究) 제(第)2보(報) 간내(肝內) 문맥계(門脈系) 및 간정맥(肝靜脈) 분지(分枝)에 관(關)하여 (부(附) 신동맥(腎動脈) 및 신정맥(腎精脈) 신내분지(腎內分枝))
모기철
경북대학교 농과대학
Abstract
Casting specimens of portal system and hepatic vein system in livers were made by injection of vinylite into the portal vein and postcava in 20 adult dogs. The author classificated the ramification of portal system and hepatic vein system. The results obtained were summerized as follows: 1. Portal system in livers were divided into left and right trunks. The left trunk subdivided into papillary process (caudate lobe,) left medial lobe, left lateral lobe, quadrate lobe and right medial lobe rami. The right trunk were subdivided into right lateral lobe and caudate proccss(caudate lobe.) 2. The lateral superior and medial inferior rami of portal system in left lateral lobe were subdivided 1 or 2 branches from left trunk. 3. The lateral superior ramus of portal system in left medial lobe did not appeared in 40% of the cases examined. 4. Portal system in quadrate lobe were subdivided 1-3 branches from left trunk, 5. Portol system in right medial lobe rami were relatively simple in ramification. 6. The lateral superior and medial inferior rami of portal system in right lateral lobe were subdivided 1 or 2 branches from right trunk. 7. Hepatic vein system of left lateral, left medial, quadrate and right medial lobe rami were originated from same ramus divided from the postcava in all cases. 8. Hepatic vein system of left and right rami in right medial lobe were divided from postcava.


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