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Segmental Anatomy of the Liver.
The liver is divided into 8 segments. These are delineated by the 3 hepatic veins, dividing the liver vertically into 4, and then through the horizontal plane for superior and inferior portions.
Posterior (caudal) segment [I]
Lateral segment (lateral superior area) [II]
Left anterior lateral segment (lateral inferior area [III]
Medial segment (medial superior area) [IVa]
Medial segment (medial inferior area) [IVb]
Anterior medial segment (anterior inferior area) [V]
Right anterior lateral segment (posterior inferior area) [VI]
Posterior lateral segment (posterior superior area) [VII]
Posterior medial segment (anterior superior area) [VIII]

Segmental Anatomy of the Liver.

The liver is divided into 8 segments. These are delineated by the 3 hepatic veins, dividing the liver vertically into 4, and then through the horizontal plane for superior and inferior portions.

  • Posterior (caudal) segment [I]
  • Lateral segment (lateral superior area) [II]
  • Left anterior lateral segment (lateral inferior area [III]
  • Medial segment (medial superior area) [IVa]
  • Medial segment (medial inferior area) [IVb]
  • Anterior medial segment (anterior inferior area) [V]
  • Right anterior lateral segment (posterior inferior area) [VI]
  • Posterior lateral segment (posterior superior area) [VII]
  • Posterior medial segment (anterior superior area) [VIII]
I feel warm inside :) by ilovedoodle.

I feel warm inside :) by ilovedoodle.

My First Love by carlvan.

My First Love by carlvan.

INDIGESTION by LuisParamo and BuyoDesign.
Even during routine work ups, imaging studies can reveal the most surprising findings. Free air? Check. No heart silhouette? Check. Pinocchio? Sure, why not.

INDIGESTION by LuisParamo and BuyoDesign.

Even during routine work ups, imaging studies can reveal the most surprising findings. Free air? Check. No heart silhouette? Check. Pinocchio? Sure, why not.

This is the story of a boy meets a girl.

Over the past four years, I have spoken on many occasions about my partner, our relationship, and our challenges. Given that our wedding is fast approaching, I thought it would be appropriate to summarize our story, and properly introduce my fiancée to everyone.

May I introduce you to Tammy, my friend, my fiancée, my love. This is our story.

Oral Cavity Schematic.
Steps
Draw a clover-like structure
Add the alveolar ridges ± teeth
Add the tongue, soft palate, and uvula
Add tonsilar arches and tonsils. Shade in the oropharyx.
Draw in Wharton’s duct, Stenson’s duct, submandibular glands and the retro-molar trigone

Oral Cavity Schematic.

Steps

  1. Draw a clover-like structure
  2. Add the alveolar ridges ± teeth
  3. Add the tongue, soft palate, and uvula
  4. Add tonsilar arches and tonsils. Shade in the oropharyx.
  5. Draw in Wharton’s duct, Stenson’s duct, submandibular glands and the retro-molar trigone

Cardiac Conduction Study.

  • SA: Sinoatrial node
  • AIT: Anterior internodal tract
  • MIT: Middle internodal tract
  • PIT: Posterior internodal tract
  • BB: Bachmann’s bundle
  • AV: Atrioventricular node
  • BH: Bundle of His
  • RB: Right bundle branch
  • LB: Left bundle branch
  • CP: Conduction pathways

In order to produce an efficient contraction to pump blood, the heart relies upon its electrical conduction system to synchronize its actions between the four chambers.

Cardiac Veins Study.
CS: Coronary sinus
RA: Right atrium
O: Oblique vein of left atrium
SC: Small cardiac vein
MC: Middle cardiac vein
LPV: Left posterior ventricular vein
LM: Left marginal vein
GC: Great cardiac vein

Cardiac Veins Study.

  • CS: Coronary sinus
  • RA: Right atrium
  • O: Oblique vein of left atrium
  • SC: Small cardiac vein
  • MC: Middle cardiac vein
  • LPV: Left posterior ventricular vein
  • LM: Left marginal vein
  • GC: Great cardiac vein
Coronary Arteries Study.
Right Coronary Artery
CB: Conus branch
SN: Sinus node artery
RV: Right ventricular branch
RA: Right atrial branch
AM: Acute marginal artery
AVN: Atrioventricular node artery
LV: Left ventricular branch
S: Septal perforating arteries
Left Coronary Artery
LMS: Left main stem 
MCx: Main circumflex artery
LAC: Left atrial circumflex artery
PLCx:  Posterior circumflex branch (obtuse marginal branch)
AVCx: Atrioventricular groove branch of circumflex
LAD: Left anterior descending artery
D: Diagonal branch of LAD
S: Septal perforating arteries

Coronary Arteries Study.

Right Coronary Artery

  • CB: Conus branch
  • SN: Sinus node artery
  • RV: Right ventricular branch
  • RA: Right atrial branch
  • AM: Acute marginal artery
  • AVN: Atrioventricular node artery
  • LV: Left ventricular branch
  • S: Septal perforating arteries

Left Coronary Artery

  • LMS: Left main stem 
  • MCx: Main circumflex artery
  • LAC: Left atrial circumflex artery
  • PLCx:  Posterior circumflex branch (obtuse marginal branch)
  • AVCx: Atrioventricular groove branch of circumflex
  • LAD: Left anterior descending artery
  • D: Diagonal branch of LAD
  • S: Septal perforating arteries
Heart Study.

Heart Study.