splenic hilum

splenic hilum

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a fissure on the gastric surface of the spleen, giving passage to the splenic vessels and nerves.
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The MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) performed after re-admission to the Clinic two months later showed loss of pancreatic parenchyma and discontinuity of the pancreatic duct at proximal 1/3 tail of the pancreas, along with a 7-cm cyst in the splenic hilum [Fig.
The observed tortuosity was due to a growing difference between the arterial length and the distance from its origin and the splenic hilum (1).
Computed tomography angiography of our patient revealed splenic artery occlusion, tortuous vascular structures in the gastric fundus, and extension of these vascular structures to the splenic hilum.
A growing difference between the length of the vessel and the distance between its origin and the splenic hilum gives rise to tortuosity.
Numerous gastric varices, porta hepatis and splenic hilum collaterals were noted.
It may assist in determining the splenic origin by demonstrating the vessels at the splenic hilum.
Splenectomy is used as curative surgery and releases the segmental portal hypertension since it cuts off venous return from the splenic hilum and a portion of the SGV.
He then had a sudden upper gastrointestinal bleeding and a contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) demonstrated that a ruptured SAA located near to splenic hilum and formation of hematoma in left epigastric region (Fig.
A solid, malignantly appearing lesion was identified in the body and tail of the pancreas, infiltrating the splenic hilum and transverse colon.
Attention was focused to splenic hilum, a plane was developed behind the pedicle and this was encircled using vascular loops, the hilum was then stapled and divided using a laparoscopic vascular endostapler (Figure-2).