mesenteric vein


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mesenteric vein

The inferior or the superior mesenteric vein.
See also: vein
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sup][2] In this case, the splenic vein and superior mesenteric vein joined together, drained into the hemiazygos vein, and ultimately entered the superior vena cava through the azygos vein.
24) In the portal venous drainage technique, the technique that was used in this study, the end of donor portal vein is anastomosed to the side of recipient's superior mesenteric vein, resulting in direct delivery of the pancreas allograft venous outflow to the liver.
Different groups have investigated the critical role of the mesenteric vein in the formation of liver metastases in patients with colorectal cancer (15, 19-21).
When our patient presented with venous thrombosis of both legs, the portal vein, and the superior mesenteric vein, anticoagulation was not performed due to the severe thrombocytopenia accompanied with mucosal bleeding.
In contrast, gangrene due to non-occlusive bowel infarction (NOBI) (10-12) arterial pulsations can be felt until terminal arcade of mesenteric vessels and there is no mechanical obstruction to blood flow nor any venous thrombosis in the mesenteric venules or superior mesenteric vein on laparotomy.
CT scan with CT angiography of abdomen showed diffuse thickening of small and large bowel loops with superior mesenteric vein thrombosis.
Superior mesenteric vein rotations: a CT sign of midgut malrotation.
13 of complications of mesenteric vein thrombosis at age 55.
A Rare Variation of the Retro-Aortic Left Renal Vein with Anastomotic Afluent from Inferior Mesenteric Vein
Surgical exploration revealed a mass located in the retroperitoneum, between the head of the pancreas and the duodenum, infiltrating the superior mesenteric vein and thus precluding local resection.
3) The superior mesenteric vein is most commonly involved, resulting in edematous and hemorrhagic bowel.