The ligamentum venosum are fibrous remnants that travel between the porta hepatis, the liver, and the inferior vena cava. These remnants are usually obliterated when a person reaches adulthood.
The caudet lobe or lobule of spiegel is an independent part of our liver, which is supplied by the left and right hepatic artery and the portal vein. The blood that comes from this lobe is directly drained to the vena cava.
The lobe of the liver is divided into the left and the right lobe. The left lobe is more flat and smaller than the right lobe and is located in the left hypochondriac and epigastric region. The right lobe is six times larger than the left lobe and is located in the right hypochondrium.