[Computerized tomography studies of normal morphology and volumetry of parenchymatous epigastric organs in humans].

@article{Schulz1986ComputerizedTS,
  title={[Computerized tomography studies of normal morphology and volumetry of parenchymatous epigastric organs in humans].},
  author={Hernan G. Schulz and Aris Christou and Stefan Gursk{\'y} and Philipp C. Rother},
  journal={Anatomischer Anzeiger},
  year={1986},
  volume={162 1},
  pages={1-12}
}
Variations in the area and dimensions of the liver and spleen in the craniocaudal direction show a similar behaviour despite individual differences in the size and shape of the organs. The liver has its largest areal extent in the upper half of the organ. In the case of the spleen, it is not possible for the largest areal extent to be assigned to a particular region of the organ. The 5-type liver classification of FROMMHOLD and KOISCHWITZ (1982) provided the basis for a study of the frequency… CONTINUE READING