venoocclusive disease of liver

ve·no·oc·clu·sive dis·ease of liv·er

(vē'nō-ŏ-klū'siv di-zēz' liv'ĕr)
Obliterating endophlebitis of small hepatic vein radicles, described in Jamaican children, associated with ingestion of toxic plant substances in bush tea; causes ascites, which may progress to cirrhosis.