hepatoportal

hepatoportal

 [hep″ah-to-por´t'l]
pertaining to the portal system of the liver.

hep·a·to·por·tal

(hep'ă-tō-pōr'tăl),
Relating to the portal system of the liver.

hepatoportal

/hep·a·to·por·tal/ (-port´il) pertaining to the portal system of the liver.

hep·a·to·por·tal

(hep'ă-tō-pōr'tăl)
Relating to the portal system of the liver.

hepatoportal

pertaining to the portal system of the liver.
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Hepatoportal sclerosis in childhood: Descriptive analysis of 12 patients.
gut, hepatoportal area, and baroreceptors) are integrated in the brain and increase peripheral sympathetic outflow.
We have observed a number of cases of hepatoportal sclerosis in our practice associated with drugs in recent years.
Wachsberg RM, et al (1995) the high right atrial I pressure is presumably responsible for a pressure--related hepatic venous out-flow block with subsequent trans-sinusoidal hepatoportal shunting, similar to the mechanical outflow block that causes reversed pulsatile flow in liver cirrhosis.
Among their topics are performing a scan, extracranial cerebrovascular arterial diseases, diseases of vessels in the upper limbs, celiac and mesenteric arterial diseases, hepatoportal venous diseases, venous thrombosis in the lower limbs, chronic venous disease in the lower limbs, and male genital vascular disorders, hemodialysis studies.
1] Over the years, Mikkelsen et al [2] called it as hepatoportal sclerosis.
Con este procedimiento, se descarto la posibilidad de una fistula arteriovenosa hepatoportal.
However, liver of rats fed on basal diet plus fennel seeds revealed congestion of hepatoportal blood vessels and portal infiltration with mononuclear leucocytic cells Fig.
The final section covers miscellaneous topics, among them, evaluation of the hepatoportal circulation, thoracic outlet syndrome, clinical applications of intravascular ultrasound, and coding and reimbursements.
None of the patients in either group had histologic evidence of portal venopathy such as hepatoportal sclerosis or nodular regenerative hyperplasia.
Los mas representativos son la fibrosis hepatica congenita y la esclerosis hepatoportal, que es una enfermedad propia de los adulto (17).