Anatomy MCQs-3

Which divides the liver into a larger anatomical right lobe and a smaller anatomical left lobe

A. Coronary ligament

B. Ligamentum teres hepatis

C. Falciform ligament

D. Cantlie’s line

Coronary ligament is present in

A. Heart

B. Kidney

C. Brain

D. Knee joint

Major Blood Supply of Liver is from

A. hepatic artery

B. hepatic vein

C. portal vein

D. celiac trunk

Kupffer cells express which major scavenger receptor

A. SR-A1

B. SR-A5

C. SR-B1

D. SR-B3

Which is a contents of the Calot’s triangle

A. Common hepatic duct

B. Cystic duct

C. Porta hepatis

D. Cystic artery

Hepatocellular carcinoma is supplied mainly by the

A. hepatic artery

B. hepatic vein

C. portal vein

D. celiac trunk

Normal liver can tolerate major liver resections involving up to ———— of liver parenchyma.

A. 10%

B. 30%

C. 50%

D. 70%

Cantlie’s line divides Liver from surgical point of view

From a surgical point of view, the liver is divided into right and left lobes of almost equal (60:40) size by a major fissure (Cantlie’s line) running from the gallbladder fossa in front to the IVC fossa behind. This division is based on the right and left branches of the hepatic artery and the portal vein.

Middle hepatic vein (MHV) lies in Cantlie’s line.

Falciform ligament anatomically divides Liver

Anatomically, the liver is divided into a larger right lobe and a smaller left lobe by the falciform ligament.

Cystohepatic triangle

Calot’s triangle is called as – cystohepatic triangle

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