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The remaining venous trunk becomes the portal vein which is joined bv the
superior mesenteric and splenic veins. The proximal portions of the paired
vitelline veins between the plexus and the sinus venosus become the hepatic i'
eins, the left ...
According to the conventional description, which was found in only 55 percent of
examined specimens, the celiac artery or axis is a very short, thick trunk,
originating from the aorta just below the aortic hiatus in the diaphragm. It extends
On the anterior surface of the tail and body, the lymphatic trunks emerge from the
gland and pass largelv to the superior edge and to the tail, to collect in lymph
nodes and lymphatic channels along the splenic artery and vein. These trunks
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DISEASES OF THE LIVER continued
PLATE PAGE NUMBER NUMBER 24 CarbohydratcLipid Disturbances
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