The falciform ligament
attaches to the liver, separating the right and left lobes.
2) Perivascular epithelioid cell tumors have been previously reported in a variety of sites including the heart, (4) kidney, (5) urinary bladder, (6) prostate, esophagus, (7) intestines, (8) pancreas, (3) liver, uterus, (9) ovary, vulva, lung, palate, bone, (10) falciform ligament
, retroperitoneal soft tissue, thigh, groin, and skin.
This ventral mesentery gives rise to the lesser omentum, falciform ligament
and the visceral peritoneum of the liver.
Reinforcement with falciform ligament
and peritoneum have been reported in congenital hernia repairs .
3) In 1888, Rex challenged conventional division of the liver on the basis of the falciform ligament
and described an avascular plane through the liver that extended from the gallbladder fossa to the inferior vena cava (IVC).
2%, and is defined as a gallbladder located to the left of the ligamentum teres and the falciform ligament
3) They typically are found in the lower extremity including the upper thigh and inguinal area, although individual cases have been reported on the buttocks, trunk, upper extremity, and falciform ligament
In the formation of hepatodiaphragmatic interposition, hepatic factors including ptotic or small liver, abnormal falciform ligament
or absence of the falciform ligament
, diaphragmatic factors including degeneration of the diaphragmatic muscles, phrenic nerv palsy and increase in intrathoracal pressure as a result of tuberculosis or emphysema, colonic factors including abnormal extension of the colon, abnormal suspensory ligament or absence of the suspensory ligament, congenital malposition or malrotation of the colon are accused (8,9).