hepatoportal

hepatoportal

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

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

(hep'ă-tō-pōr'tăl)
Relating to the portal system of the liver.
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Epidemiological studies have obviously showed an association between chronic arsenic exposure and abnormal liver function, hepatomegaly, hepatoportal sclerosis, ascites, liver fibrosis and cirrhosis from exposure to arsenic in the drinking water.
The other three patients had complex hepatoportal anatomies who did not meet criteria for shunt surgery.
Abdominal ultrasound revealed hepatomegaly (maximal oblique diameter of the right lobe of the liver, 19.0 cm; anteroposterior diameter of the left lobe of the liver, 18.0 cm; and diameter of the hepatoportal vein, 1.2 cm) and splenomegaly (length, 11.0 cm; thickness, 5.5 cm) and ascites.
* USG abdomen for hepatoportal system and to rule out mild ascites.
Ross, "Hemobilia following transhepatic biliary drainage: occlusion of an hepatoportal fistula by balloon tamponade," Radiology, vol.
Signals related to food intake from various origins (e.g., 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.
Hepatoportal duplex showed patent portal vein and hepatic artery.
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.
Fos induction in rat brain neurons after stimulation of the hepatoportal Na-sensitive mechanism.
Signals related to food intake from various origins (e.g., gut, hepatoportal area, baroreceptors) are integrated in the brain and result in increased peripheral sympathetic outflow.