A general review of anomalies of hepatic morphology and their clinical implications

Abstract

Anomalies of hepatic morphology, as opposed to anatomical variations, are rare. Nevertheless, knowledge of such anomalies is important since they do not always remain clinically latent. Four case studies of different types of anomalies encountered in surgical practice in the adult are reported herein. A general review of hepatic anomalies can be divided… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01784645

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@article{Champetier1985AGR, title={A general review of anomalies of hepatic morphology and their clinical implications}, author={J M Champetier and Renaud Yver and Christian L{\'e}toublon and B. Vigneau}, journal={Anatomia Clinica}, year={1985}, volume={7}, pages={285-299} }