volume 10, issue 4, P311-316 1988
DOI: 10.1007/bf02107904
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Abstract: The parabiliary venous system originates from the pancreatico-duodenal and pyloro-duodenal veins, runs along the common bile-duct and the hepatic artery, and divides in the liver hilum into a venous network within the hilar plate. Embryologically, this system, apparently independent of the portal vein, develops together with the bile-ducts and the hepatic artery: these three structures are within the substance of the vasculo-biliary sheaths, and the whole complex invades the liver well after the distribution o…

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