A-V shunt

A-V shunt

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Namely, high-output congestive heart failure and hepatic encephalopathy suggested the presence of A-V and P-V shunts, respectively, and the presence of an intrahepatic A-V shunt was also indicated by angiography.
Celiac arterial angiography revealed marked dilation, tortuosity and a corkscrewlike appearance of the left hepatic arterial branches, pooling of the contrast medium in the venous phase, and early visualization of the hepatic veins, signifying A-V shunts.
78, suggesting congestive heart failure due to increased venous return through the intrahepatic A-V shunts.
Cytograft's technology is targeted at four patient indications: A-V shunts for hemodialysis access, lower limb revascularization for amputation candidates, coronary revascularization for coronary arterial bypass revision candidates and reconstruction of congenital defects in the heart for pediatric patients.