The caudate lobe corresponds to subsegment I of the medial segment and is located lateral and anterior to the vena cava. Most of the medial segment consists of subsegment IV.
The boundary between the lateral and medial segments, i.e., between the anatomical left and right lobes of the liver, is the ligamentum teres.
► 63 Left hepatic vein, ligamentum teres, boundary between lateral and medial segments, caudate lobe
- ► 64 Medial segment, subsegment IV, quadrate lobe
The caudal part of the medial segment, the quadrate lobe, is situated between ligamentum teres and the gallbladder.
The quadrate lobe is part of subsegment IV.
- ► 66 Middle hepatic vein, boundary between medial and anterior segmentst
The plane of the gallbladder and vena cava forms the boundary plane between the medial and anterior segments of the liver.
The middle hepatic vein marks the boundary between the medial and anterior segments in the cranial part of the liver.
- ► 67 Anterior segment, subsegments VIII and V
- ► 68 Right hepatic vein, boundary between anterior and posterior segments
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