Anterior Paracaval Triangle and Lateral Paracaval Triangle Figs 25 to

The borders of each of the three segments and caudate area are indicated by line A-B in Fig. 2.5. Point A indicates the point of the superior part of the IVC, and point B is the point of bifurcation of the right primary Glissonean pedicle. All segments and the caudate area touch on line A-B. The border between the left segment and the caudate area is determined by the anterior paracaval triangle (triangle ABC in Fig. 2.5). Point C is the root of the left segmental branch.

The border between the right segment and the caudate area is determined by the lateral paracaval triangle (triangle ABD in Fig. 2.5). Point D is the edge of the caudate process.

Fig. 2.5. Schema of anterior paracaval triangle
Fig. 2.6. Paracaval triangles and caudate area
Fig. 2.7. Intersegmental planes between the three segments and the caudate area

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