Falciform ligament and ligamentum teres outlined by ascites
Unwell with loss of weight and abdominal distension. Also has shortness of breath with bilateral pleural effusions.
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Fluid outlines the falciform ligament joining the liver to the diaphragm and abdominal wall attached at its lower end to the round ligament or ligamentum teres (unusually in this case surrounded by fat) containing the paraumbilical vein
The falciform ligament attaches the liver to the anterior body wall. It is falciform in shape (like a sickle). It is composed of two layers of peritoneum closely united and its inferior free edge contains between its layers the round ligament and paraumbilical veins.