Playing 1/5
  • What Is the Hilum of the Lung

    YouTube 02:39
  • What is Hilum ? | Hilar System को Xray में कैसे देखें ? | Chest X ray

    YouTube 01:56
  • RENAL HILUM Segmental Arteries Veins and Clinical Aspects – Sanjoy Sanyal

    YouTube 02:42
  • Hilum overlay sign explained

    YouTube 01:33
  • Hilum of Right lung

    YouTube 03:27

In human anatomy, the hilum, sometimes formerly called a hilus, is a depression or fissure where structures such as blood vessels and nerves enter an organ. Examples include:Hilum of kidney, admits the renal artery, vein, ureter, and nerves Splenic hilum, on the surface of the spleen, admits the splenic artery, vein, lymph vessels, and nerves Hilum of lung, a triangular depression where the structures which form the root of the lung enter and leave the viscus Hilum of lymph node, the portion of a lymph node where the efferent vessels exit Hilus of dentate gyrus, part of hippocampus that contains the mossy cells.

Discover in context

This site is not available in the landscape mode.
Please rotate your phone or install our app.