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1 Hepatic lobules. Lobuli hepatis. They measure 1-2 mm in size. A

2 Perivascular fibrous capsule. Capsula fibrosa perivascularis. Connective tissue sheath accompanying the liver vessels and biliary ducts until their terminal branches. A

3 Interlobular arteries. Arteriae interlobulares. Branches of the hepatic artery proper between the liver lobules. A

4 Interlobular veins. Venae interlobulares. Branches of the portal veins between the liver lobules. A

5 Central veins. Venae centrales. Efferent veins in the center of the liver lobule. A

6 Interlobular ductules. Ductuli interlobulares. Biliary drainage channels between the liver lobules. A

7 Ductuli biliferi. Biliary drainage channels which connect the interlobular ductules with the right and left hepatic ducts.

8 Common hepatic duct. Ductus hepaticus com-munis. Duct between the cystic duct and the junction of right and left hepatic ducts. B

9 Right hepatic duct. Ductus hepaticus dexter. Duct arising from the right lobe of liver. B

10 Anterior branch. Ramus anterior. Anterior branch of the right hepatic duct. B

11 Posterior branch. Ramus posterior. Posterior branch of the right hepatic duct. B

12 Left hepatic duct. Ductus hepaticus sinister. Duct arising from the left lobe of the liver. B

13 Lateralbranch. Ramus lateralis. Lateral branch of the left hepatic duct. B

14 Medial branch. Ramus medialis. Medial branch of the left hepatic duct. B

15 Right duct of caudate lobe. Ductus lobi caudati dexter. Branch coming from the right half of the caudate lobe and usually leading into right hepatic duct. B

16 Left duct of caudate lobe. Ductus lobi caudati sinister. Branch arising from the left half of the caudate lobe and emptying usually into the left hepatic duct. B

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