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PLATE PAGE NUMBER NUMBER 1 Development of Liver and Its Venous System
Prenatal and Postnatal Circulation
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abdominal abnormal abscesses acid acute albumin Amer anastomoses appear ascites become biliary obstruction bilirubin biopsy bladder blood capillaries carcinoma cause celiac cent cholecystitis cholestasis cholesterol chronic cirrhosis clinical common bile duct common hepatic connective tissue cystic duct cysts damage degeneration develop diagnosis dilated ductules duodenal duodenum enlarged enzymes esophageal esophageal varices excretion extrahepatic fibers fibrosis fistula flocculation formation frequently function gallbladder gastric gland glycogen hemorrhage hepatic artery hepatic duct hepatic tests hepatic vein hepatocellular histologic increased infection inferior injury intestinal intrahepatic jaundice Kupffer cells lesions ligament liver cell plates liver disease lobe lobule lymphatic metabolism metastases necrosis nodes normal organs pancreatic duct pancreaticoduodenal papilla parenchyma patients peritoneal pigment portal hypertension portal tracts portal triads portal vein posterior protein regenerative nodules renal result right hepatic septa serum shunt sinusoids sphincter spleen splenic stones surface surgical tion tumor urobilinogen usually varices vascular vena cava vessels viral hepatitis wall