Hence, in the present experiment, intraruminal infusion of propionate may also use a different mechanism to transport propionate into mesenteric veins
Although the existence of an anastomotic circle between the spermatic and mesenteric veins
is not well-documented in the literature, Salerno and colleagues[sup.
1), (2) As the mesenteric lymphadenopathy enlarges, it may compress the mesenteric vessels, partially obstructing venous return, resulting in engorgement of the enhanced mesenteric veins
and making them more prominent within the sandwich filling.
After several days, pairs of worms migrate to the inferior mesenteric veins
The reported etiologic factors are damage to the portal vein and mesenteric veins
during operation, hypercoagulability (protein C, protein S, AT1II deficiency, etc.
Three-dimensional reconstructions are not possible in this case; however, the images are generally more than adequate to assess the patency of the inferior vena cava (IVC), hepatic veins and mesenteric veins
americana indicate that adult flukes mature within the mesenteric veins
(Goff & Ronald 1981).
Appendicitis in an eleven-year-old boy complicated by thrombosis of the portal and superior mesenteric veins
After maturing (up to 10 mm long), the worms mate and move into the rectal and mesenteric veins
, where they release their eggs.
We postulate that the mature fluke pair migrated from the mesenteric veins
through Batson's vertebralvenous plexus to the cerebral veins at the cerebellar level.
An abdominal sonogram performed on the first day of life showed a portal vein aneurysm at the junction of the splenic and superior mesenteric veins
The major category of pancreatic adenocarcinoma was then tackled in a useful and pragmatic manner, emphasising the importance of carefully checking the portal and superior mesenteric veins
(as well as the usual SMA).