parahepatic

par·a·he·pat·ic

(par'ă-he-pat'ik),
Adjacent to the liver.
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parahepatic

(păr″ă-hē-păt′ĭk) [″ + hepar, liver]
Adjacent to the liver.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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The CT scan showed impaired peripheral perfusion of the liver with ischemic necrosis of liver segments V-VIII and infected parahepatic hematoma.
Other signs of pneumoperitoneum on supine abdominal film include the doge's cap sign (triangular collection of gas in Morrison's pouch), large area of hyperlucency over the liver shadow, parahepatic air (gas bubble lateral to the right edge of the liver), air outlining the fissure of ligamentum teres and the cupola sign (gas trapped below central tendon of diaphragm).
(46) Small parahepatic hematomas are common after surgery, and these tend to occur in the gallbladder fossa and the hepatorenal space.