Peritoneal ligaments

Falciform ligament
Coronary ligament
Triangular ligaments
Gastro-phrenic ligament
Gastro-splinc ligament
Phrenico-colic ligament
Lieno-renal ligament
Gastro colic ligament

Falciform ligament, shape: sickle-shape double layered fold of pertioneum Site :between liver ,diaphragm and anterior abdominal wall.

This x ray images of Reflections


Reflections of the right coronary ligament (arrows) suspending the right lobe of the liver are outlined by free peritoneal air in the lateral view. The inferior leaf is at the level of the 12th rib. The nonperitonealized bare area of the posterior surface of the right lobe lies between the reflections of the ligament.


The reflections of the right superior and inferior coronary ligaments (arrows) are outlined by in vivo contrast peritoneography. Between them is the nonperitonealized bare area of the right lobe of the liver. The right subhepatic and subphrenic spaces are distinguished.


Right parasagittal anatomic section. The right coronary ligament suspends the liver from the diaphragm posteriorly and divides the peritoneal cavity around the right lobe into a subphrenic space and a
subhepatic space. Gb = gallbladder; HC = hepatic flexure of the colon; K = right kidney.

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