veno-occlusive


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veno-occlusive

 [ve″no-ŏ-kloo´siv]
pertaining to or characterized by obstruction of the veins.
v.-o. disease of liver acute or chronic, partial or complete, occlusion of the branches of the hepatic veins by endophlebitis and thrombosis, leading to centrilobular necrosis, fibrosis, and ascites; most often seen in children.

veno-occlusive

(vē″nō-ŏ-kloo′sĭv)
Concerning obstruction of veins.

veno-occlusive

Causing veins to be closed by flattening or other means.

veno-occlusive

pertaining to or characterized by obstruction of the veins.

veno-occlusive disease of liver
acute or chronic, partial or complete, occlusion of the branches of the hepatic veins by endophlebitis and thrombosis, leading to centrilobular necrosis, fibrosis and ascites; occurs at a higher than normal prevalence in cheetahs and snow leopards.
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