posthepatic

post·he·pat·ic

(pōst'he-pat'ik),
Behind the liver.

posthepatic

Originating after bile leaves the liver, as in posthepatic jaundice, in which obstruction of bile ducts causes the jaundice.
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Their cardiovascular pathogeny can be framed as: prehepatic-splenoportal thrombosis, congenital anomalies of the portal vein (atresia, stenosis, cavernoma), rarely arterioportal fistulas; intrahepatic causes like: thrombosis and consecutive iatrogenic fibrosis, especially affecting the centrolobular veins; posthepatic causes like: cardiac failure, constrictive pericarditis, Budd-Chiari syndrome, inferior vena cava thrombosis, congenital venous malformations (hypoplasia, stenosis).
Acholia ("without bile" or pale stools) and choluria ("dark urine") occur in posthepatic jaundice because of an obstruction of bile secretions into the small bowel and increased secretion of bilirubin into the urine.
Prehepatic (include hemolysis and hematoma resorption), intrahepatic (include alcohol abusing, infectious hepatitis, drug reactions, and autoimmune disorders), and posthepatic (mainly include disorders of biliary tract) conditions all cause hyperbilirubinemia.
Conjugated hyperbilirubinemia and posthepatic causes of jaundice, In general, LFT's do not correlate with disease severity and do not help with the diagnosis in this group of patients.
The posthepatic signs and symptoms can be regarded as the complications of a gastric duplication cyst.
As already mentioned, the trunk regions housing the posterior part of the hepatic intestine and the entire posthepatic intestine were broken off and lost during collection.
Prehepatic causes of portal hypertension include narrowing or thrombosis of the portal vein, while posthepatic causes are related to obstruction between hepatic veins and the heart.
Another study has just analyzed posthepatic transplant patients [13].
obstructive liver disease, posthepatic obstruction, hepatitis, fatty liver, liver cirrhosis, liver cell carcinoma and liver metastases, cardiac insufficiency, mononucleosis, renal transplant, hyperthyroidism, myotonic dystrophy, diabetes mellitus, and pancreatitis (92, 93).
The underlying musculature of the body wall was elevated by using Bishop-Harmon tissue forceps, and sharp Metzenbaum scissors were used to incise into the coelomic cavity, entering the posthepatic septum.