Origin of hepatic
Related formsnon·he·pat·ic, adjective, nounpost·he·pat·ic, adjectivesub·he·pat·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for hepatic
In this way a species of recess (Spigelian recess or hepatic antrum of lesser sac) is formed.
The rapid growth of the organ leads to a great increase in the number of the hepatic cylinders.
The shoulder pain appears at the same time, in a majority of cases, as the hepatic pain, but it is very capricious.
Many physiologists have indeed made the insulated remark, that the dark complexion has much to do with the hepatic secretion.Beauty|Alexander Walker
There are trout lilies, Solomon's-seal, Hepatic and many other varieties of flowers.Legends of the Skyline Drive and the Great Valley of Virginia|Carrie Hunter Willis