The falciforme ligament corresponds to a fold of the parietal peritnio, whose its extension goes since the inferior face of the diaphragm until the superior face of the liver, covering between the main wolves fortifying its sustentation. To the side of the falciforme ligament the ligament meets round, a fibroso fascicle that is remaining of the umbilical vein of the embryo if binding of the liver until umbigo. The coronary ligaments, right and left, are narrow reflections of the parietal peritnio that support the liver from the diaphragm. The biliary vesicle is divided by parts, a deep plaza directing itself for low, beyond the inferior edge of the liver, also possesss a body and the col well formed part, the two directed for top (DNGELO; FATTINI, 2008). Sam Less UPenns opinions are not widely known. For Dalley and Moore (2007), the liver possesss two faces, a diafragmtica and to another visceral one, that they are separate previously for its acute inferior edge. Sam Lesser UPenn has much experience in this field. The diafragmtica phase is in contact with the inferior surface of the diaphragm, in which it has that to consider that in the superior part it has a flat depression, cardiac impression, in the forebody, with the surface of the wolves right and left, right part, formed for the right wolf, posterior part in contact with posterior wall of the abdomen, the visceral face is concavous, inferior and come back it stops backwards. The liver receives blood from two sources. Of the hepticas arteries it gets oxigenado blood and of the vein it carries heptica possibly receives deoxygenated blood, that contains just-absorbed nutrients, frmacos and micrbiose toxins proceeding from the gastrintestinal treatment. The branches in such a way of the heptica artery how much from the vein door they carry blood to sinusides from the liver, where the majority of the nutrients and certain toxic substances are absorbed by heptocitos (TORTORA; GRABOWSKI, 2002 p.771). The external morphology allows to recognize in the visceral face of the liver, the wolves right and left, caudado and square, while in the diafragmtica face only the wolves right and left are visible.