Funktionelle Orthologie der Gallenblase und der Gallenwege

  • E. Grogg
  • H. Staub
Part of the Handbuch der allgemeinen Pathologie book series (PATHOLOGIE, volume 5 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Die Gallengänge des rechten und linken Leberlappens vereinigen sich an der Leberpforte zum Ductus hepaticus communis, der etwa 4 cm lang ist und einen Durchmesser von 4 mm aufweist. Er vereinigt sich spitzwinklig mit dem Ductus cysticus, um den Ductus choledochus zu bilden. Dieser hat einen Durchmesser von 6 mm und eine Länge von 7,5 cm. Der Gang verläuft zuerst oberhalb (Pars supraduodenalis), dann hinter dem Duodenum (Pars retroduodenalis) und schließlich intramural (Pars intramuralis), um auf der Papilla Vateri gemeinsam mit dem Ductus pancreaticus (Wirsungianus) ins Duodenum zu münden. Für die Mündungsvarianten der beiden Gänge sei auf die entsprechende Literatur verwiesen1.

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  • H. Staub
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