gastrohepatic


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gastrohepatic

 [gas″tro-hĕ-pat´ik]
pertaining to the stomach and liver.

gas·tro·he·pat·ic

(gas'trō-he-pat'ik),
Relating to the stomach and liver.
[gastro- + G. hēpar (hēpat-), liver]

gastrohepatic

adjective Referring to the stomach and liver.

gas·tro·he·pat·ic

(gas'trō-he-pat'ik)
Relating to the stomach and the liver.
[gastro- + G. hēpar (hēpat-), liver]
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In contrast, gastrohepatic disorders were the most common cause for increased DB/CB in the hospital.
A subsequent computed tomography (CT) scan showed gastric wall thickening within the lesser curvature; a large exophytic mass and multiple coeliac and gastrohepatic ligament lymph nodes enlargement [Figure 1 and 2].
The close relationship of the developing hepatic parenchyma cell cords to the pars cystica and early fetal duodenum may explain why ectopic hepatic tissue could be found in the wall of the gallbladder, the gastrohepatic ligament, the umbilical cord, the adrenal glands, the diaphragm, the pancreas, the pylorus, and the splenic capsule if a portion of the pars hepatica is displaced.
After 3 cycles of chemotherapy during 2 months, computed tomography scan shows evidence of disease response, including interval decrease in size of the mesenteric mass, the hepatic lesion, and both mesenteric and gastrohepatic lymphadenopathy.
The gastrohepatic ligament is demonstrated on the coronal and axial images (Fig.
Usually, this is the mesentero-axial type, in which the stomach rotates around a line passing parallel to the gastrohepatic omentum.
Gross pathology indicated gastrohepatic and intestinal-peritoneal adhesions consistent with ethanol abuse in all animals.
Postmortem lesions included darkening and enlargement of the spleen, severe hemorrhages of mesenteric and gastrohepatic lymph nodes, and hemorrhagic enteritis (Figure, panels D-G).
(123) The subphrenic space is located anterior to the stomach and the gastrohepatic ligament.
(4) Clues suggesting the presence of a pancreatic injury include a lesser sac fluid collection, retroperitoneal bile-staining, and crepitus or haematoma overlying the pancreas at the base of the transverse mesocolon or visible through the gastrohepatic ligament.
For tumors arising in the left lobe, the regional lymph nodes are the hilar and gastrohepatic lymph nodes.
(1) In mesenteroaxial volvulus, the stomach rotates around the gastrohepatic omentum in a left/right or right/left direction.