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Fig. 323. Liver of an 8-months human embryo

Seen from the under surface, from GKGENBAUR. Lie, Left lobe of the liver ; r.le, right lobe ; n.r, umbilical vein ; d.A, ductus venosus Arantii ; pf.a, portal vein ; ha. s, ha.d, vena hepatica advehens sinistra and dextra ; h.r, vena hepatica revehens ; c.i', cava inferior; c.i", terminal part of the cava inferior, which receives the vente hepaticae revehentes (h.r.).

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