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5/29/24

Biliary System Anatomy - Abnormal (Aberrent) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Biliary System Anatomy - Abnormal (Aberrent) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Abnormal Biliary Anatomy. This stock medical illustration depicts the anatomy of the gall bladder the surrounding organs and vessels. An inset explains an anatomic anomaly: right and left hepatic ducts entering the back of the gall bladder directly from the liver. Labels include gall bladder, right and left liver lobes, duodenum, pancreas, stomach, cystic duct, and common bile duct.

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