Persistent left hepatic venous connection with the right atrium and the ductus venosus.

@article{Azuma2002PersistentLH,
  title={Persistent left hepatic venous connection with the right atrium and the ductus venosus.},
  author={Cho Azuma and Yoshiyuki Tohno and Setsuko Tohno and Yumi Moriwake and Masako Utsumi and Masaoki Yamada},
  journal={Anatomical science international},
  year={2002},
  volume={77 2},
  pages={
          124-7
        }
}
An anomalous left hepatic vein opening independently of the coronary sinus into the right atrium was found in the cadaver of an 88-year-old Japanese man. This vein originated from the left lobe of the liver, perforated the diaphragm at the left side of the vena caval foramen and opened into the right atrium. The left hepatic vein anastomosed mutually with the middle hepatic vein at the level of venule. The ligamentum venosum originated from the left branch of the portal vein and was connected… CONTINUE READING
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