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Arteries, veins and bile ducts
Arteries has small round lumens, with relatively thick walls.
Veins has large irregular lumens, with relatively thin walls.
Both have endothelium, but it bulges more in arteries.
If you see distinct cuboidal epithelium, it is most likely a bile duct.
Portal vein vs Central vein
The portal vein is part of the portal triad. It has an associated artery and bile duct. The central vein has no other structures around it, and the endothelium is indistinct. You can most the times also see the sinusoids opening up into the central vein.
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