hepatopetal

hep·a·to·pet·al

(hep'ă-tō-pet'ăl),
Toward the liver, usually referring to the normal direction of portal blood flow.

hep·a·to·pet·al

(hep'ă-top'ĕ-tăl)
Toward the liver, usually referring to the normal direction of portal blood flow.
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6) The normal waveform demonstrates 2 hepatofugal peaks reflecting right atrial filing during ventricular systole and diastole, followed by a hepatopetal peak from retrograde flow into the hepatic veins during atrial contraction.
We describe a case of pre-sinusoidal PH whose treatment with DSRS rather than TIPS reduced the long term complication of shunt thrombosis associated with TIPS, and maintained hepatopetal nutritional blood flow to the liver.
The portal venous phase of superior mesenteric vein (SMV) angiography demonstrated hepatopetal flow into the liver, no arteriovenous communication, and a large umbilical vein decompressing the portal system.
Engorged paraumbilical veins and abdominal wall varices were encountered and ligated to preserve hepatopetal flow (Fig.