Exploration of liver, gall bladder, pancreas, duodenum and spleen

Interior of gall bladder, bile ducts and pancreatic duct

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Image #146-6
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Exploration of liver, gall bladder, pancreas, duodenum and spleen
Interior of gall bladder, bile ducts and pancreatic duct
Glandular tissue of the head and part of the body of the pancreas has been removed. Openings have been cut in the bile ducts, gall bladder and main pancreatic duct. Blood vessels to the anterior and posterior aspects of the duodenum have been preserved. The biliary ducts are shown in earlier stages of dissection in views 145-3 and 146-4
1 . Hepatic vein
2 . Divided branch of portal vein (accompanied by branches of bile duct and hepatic artery)
3 . Common hepatic duct (opened)
4 . Cystic artery
5 . Cystic duct (opened)
6 . Left pointer: Body of gallbladder Right pointer: Junction of cystic and hepatic ducts
7 . Common bile duct (opened)
8 . Superior part of duodenum (cut across)
9 . Artery and vein to posterior part of duodenum
10 . Upper pointer: Accessory pancreatic duct Lower pointer: Junction of bile and pancreatic ducts
11 . Accessory pancreatic duct (at entry into duodenal wall)
12 . Lymph node
13 . Caudate lobe of liver
14 . Left pointer: Portal vein Right pointer: Hepatic plexus
15 . Hepatic lymph node
16 . Common hepatic artery
17 . Left gastric vein
18 . Splenic artery and vein
19 . Pancreatic duct
20 . Body of pancreas (dissected)
21 . Jejunum (cut across)
22 . Inferior pancreatic artery
23 . Inferior mesenteric vein
24 . Superior mesenteric artery and vein
25 . Inferior pancreaticoduodenal artery
26 . Duodenum