Liver Physiology

 The liver is a perilous organ in the human body that is answerable for a collection of roles that benefits and supports digestion, protection, ingestion, cleansing, vitamin storage among other functions. It encompasses around 2% of a grownup's body weight. The liver is a exclusive organ due to its twofold blood stream from the portal vein and the hepatic artery. The purposeful unit of the liver is the lobule and each lobule are portal triad and hexagonal which sits to each corner of the hexagon. The groundwork of the lobule is consisted of hepatocytes, which have physiologically discrete apical and basolateral casings. Grounded on the function and perfusion the liver physiologically divided into three zones.  

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