Visceral surface of right lobe of liver.

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x ray of Visceral surface of right lobe of liver.
(a) Supine peritoneography. Positive-contrast medium parallels the posteroinferior edge of the liver (arrowheads). Gas within Morison ’s pouch outlines the contours of the renal fossa on the posterior surface of the liver (arrows). (b) Prone peritoneography. The inferior reflection of the coronary ligament, immediately below the bare area of the liver marking the superior extent of Morison ’s pouch, is outlined (upper arrows). Note that here it corresponds to the level of the 11th posterior rib. Positive-contrast medium also pools along the notched anteroinferior border of the liver (arrowheads).
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