perihepatic


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perihepatic

 [per″ĭ-hĕ-pat´ik]
around the liver.

per·i·he·pat·ic

(per'i-he-pat'ik),
Surrounding the liver.
[peri- + G. hēpar, liver]

perihepatic

(pĕr″ĭ-hē-păt′ĭk) [Gr. peri, around, + hepar, liver]
Around the liver.

perihepatic

around the liver.
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Pleural effusion should be searched for in the perisplenic and perihepatic quadrants of EFAST, moving two intercostal spaces in the direction of the head to locate the diaphragm.
The significant risk factors for these complications are acute cholecystitis, spillage of pigmented stones, perihepatic localization of spilled stones, multiple stones (>15) or size (>1.
Rarely, cholestasis is associated with common bile duct compression by a mass in the pancreatic head or by enlarged perihepatic lymph nodes [13].
It is feasible to advice most general surgeons encountering severe liver injuires to consider placing perihepatic packing to control haemorrhage and transfer the patient to a regional hepatobiliary center for definitive treatment, taking an emergent need for liver transplantation into account.
Ultrasound-guided percutaneous catheter drainage of perihepatic collections and endoscopic stenting of biliary leaks can avoid reoperation.
Perihepatic packing was the commonest operative procedure instituted (n=43;38 Percent).
Our report is the first describing detection of biopsy-induced perihepatic haematoma with following application of CEUS to exclude active bleeding and to assess liver perfusion intensive care unit.
An abdominal CT scan was requested, showing a 91 x 83 x 108 mm hepatic abscess containing gas and a small amount of perihepatic free liquid, without biliary duct dilatation.
A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis, with and without intravenous and oral contrast, revealed dilated small bowel, right colon and proximal transverse colon, left hydronephrosis with hydroureter, and some perihepatic, as well as deep pelvic, free fluid.
Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome is an extra-pelvic manifestation of pelvic inflammatory disease ( PID) and is characterized by perihepatic adhesions between liver capsule and diaphragm or anterior peritoneal surface(1-3).
Assistant deputy coroner Roger Whittaker said Mrs Cairns had died from a perihepatic abscess, brought on by an operated perforated duodenal ulcer.