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Fetal Remnant Ligaments

Summary Information: Fetal Remnant Ligaments

Fetal Remnant Ligaments: Fetal remnant ligaments are a type of ligament that is the result of the closure of specific tube-like structures that develop in a fetus. After birth, these fetal tubes become cords that can be used by health care providers as anatomic locators. Fetal remnant ligaments include the medial umbilical ligaments, ligamentum arteriosum, ligamentum teres hepatis and the ligamentum venosum.

Closely Related Organs: Fetal Remnant Ligaments

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Sub Parts: Fetal Remnant Ligaments

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