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Hepatopedal Flow In The Main Portal Vein
Anatomy class: The right gastric vein (pyloric vein) drains blood from the lesser curvature of the stomach into the hepatic portal vein. It is part of the portal circulation. The left gastric vein (also known as the coronary vein) drains both gastric walls. It forms a loop with the right gastric vein at the lesser curvature of the stomach. ...Read more
There may be help: Depending on how much of your portal vein is thrombosed and how bad your cirrhosis is, there is a chance that the vein can be reopened and a TIPS procedure be performed. An MRI is usually done to help evaluate the possibility. Have your doctor refer you to an Interventional Radiologist who performs these procedures. Check out www.sirweb.org for more info on TIPS and portal hypertension. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Like : For any other organ / tissue the arteries bring blood, in this case the large renal artery, with oxygen and the waist products and splitsin the kidney into smaller and smaller branches that become eventually capillaries that connect with the venous capillaries that join biger end bigger vessels ending in the large renal vein, a branch of the vena cava that will end in the right heart. ...Read more
My varicocele was embolized in the main bore of the Gonadal Vein, 1" from the Renal Vein entry. Will the engorged veins below die off and drain through other veins or could they remain active/dilated?
Why coarctation of aorta in infantile, cause passes of the blood from pulmonary artery to the aorta through pda?
Plumbing!: Blood must get to the body, else the fetus would not survive. The same is true once the baby is born. In utero, blood flows from pulm artery (pa) to aorta (ao) normally. Once born, the blood continues to flow this way so that blood can get to the body. When the PDA closes, the child becomes very sick. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Any artery: A pulmonary embolism (pe) is a clot in any of the arteries in the lungs. If the clot is large, it will lodge in one of the larger arteries, and can be fatal. If the clot is smaller, it will travel into the lung until the vessel is small enough to trap it, and may not even cause much in the way of symptoms. Any pe is serious, and the source of the clot needs to be found to prevent recurrences. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
What is portal hypertension with enlargement of main portal vein with presence of perisplenic and perigastric variceals? How serious is this?
Portal vein: Portal vein thrombosis is clotting in hepatic portal vein, which can lead to portal hypertension and reduction in the blood supply to the liver. Complications include splenomegaly, esophageal and gastric varices (which can bleed), portal hypertensive gastropathy and ascites. treatments include anticoagulants, shunts, bypass surgery, and transplants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hyperchoic nodular area in the liver anterior to the main portal vein measuring up to 1.4 cm. What?
Radiologist's opinio: There are some fleshy benign conditions like hamangiomas, lipomas, cysts in the liver-congenital, cysts related to dog tape worms -hydatid cysts. Some are hyperechoic and some are hypo.If it is a single nodule , cirrhosis (scarring) is less likely as multiple nodules like this occur most of times. Do you have alcohol use, drug induced liver damage .Radiologist's opinion first, then get your dr's. ...Read more
See below: The Left anterior descending with its branches, diagonals and septal perforators, the left circumflex with its branches, obtuse marginals, and the right coronary artery with its branches, especially the posterior descending and posterolateral branches. ...Read more
Blood to liver: The hepatic portal vein is a blood vessel which conducts blood from the gastrointestinal tract and spleen to the liver. ...Read more
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