Physiological liver in human body
Front view of opened human upper body with emphasis on the liver (hepar), showing the part of the right liver lobe (on the left) that's facing the diaphragm, covered by the coronary ligament, and the one of the left lobe (on the right), covered by the left triangular ligament. The falciform ligament seperates these lobes from each other. The gall bladder is shown in green. The lungs are above the liver, the digestive tract beneath it.