Left triangular ligament of the liver

The left triangular ligament is a peritoneal suspensory ligament of the liver. It is formed by the fusion of the superior and inferior reflections of the coronary ligament.

It is shorter than the right triangular ligament and does not separate the left subphrenic space from the subhepatic space.


Abdominal and pelvic anatomy
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rID: 31268
Section: Anatomy
Tag: pm
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Left triangular ligament of liver

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