*  Hepatology - Portal hypertension Flashcards by Josh Davies | Brainscape
The portal vein is formed by the union of the superior mesenteric (from the gut) and the splenic vein (from the spleen) and ... RHF causes a backup of systemic venous blood into the central venules and sinusoids and portal vein. Clinically this produces: ... It accounts for 75% of vascular inflow to the liver, 25% is by the hepatic artery. Blood vessels enter the liver via the hilum ... 1) Portal vein thrombosis due to sepsis (umbilical, portal pyaemia) - inflammation of the portal vein is most commonly due to ...
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*  c1. BASIC SCIence C (155-226) Flashcards by harold robinson | Brainscape
Which two veins form the portal vein?. a. hepatic and splenic. b. pancreatic and superior mesenteric c. superior and inferior ... d. veins. venous capitance exceeds other vascular beds. Eighty-four percent of the blood volume located in blood vessels, with ... The portal vein, which carries nutrients from the gut to the liver, arises from the superior mesenteric and splenic veins with ... a. portal vein. b. hepatic artery. c. vena cava. d. mesenteric artery ...
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*  pediatricradiologyflash Flashcards by Scott P | Brainscape
May extend into portal veins, hepatic veins, and inferior vena cava. Prematurity is a risk factor. Usually well-circumscribed, ... Normally superior mesenteric vein is right of artery. In malrotation vein is anterior or left of artery. ... Rare cause of obstruction of venous emptying into LA. Pulmonary veins empty into a common vein incorporated into the LA. ... Vascular congestion due to congestive heart failure or over-circulation(left-to-right shunts). ...
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*  3B - Large Intestine Pathology Flashcards by Dillon Pryor | Brainscape
Because the venous drainage of the intestinal tract is via the portal system, the first site of hematogenous dissemination is ... Colorectal cancers of the distal rectum may metastasize initially to the ___ because the inferior rectal vein drains into the ... Vascular procedures. Presents with severe acute abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea. Repair with fibrosis (scarring), which can ... Atherosclerotic narrowing of mesenteric artery. Usually elderly patient with severe postprandial pain. (usually LUQ) ...
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*  Gastrointestinal Flashcards by Olivia McNee | Brainscape
branch of hepatic portal vein * bile drainage (to bile duct). * Venous drainage (to IVC) ... Drains the cleaned blood from the hepatic veins to the right atrium ... What foes the inferior mesenteric vein do?. Drains blood from the hindgut to the splenic vein ...
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*  Cardiovascular Embryology Flashcards by Peter Savage | Brainscape
Shunts left umbilical vein blood directly to the IVC (bypassing the liver) ... Portal veins. Liver sinusoids. Hepatocardiac IVC 52 What is the fate of the umbilical veins ... What is the fate of the vitelline veins? Celiac artery. Superior mesenteric artery. Inferior mesenteric artery ...
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*  XV - The Oral Cavity and the GI Tract Flashcards by Karl Koa | Brainscape
Tortuous dilated veins lying within the submucosa of the distal esophagus and proximal stomach due to increased portal pressure ... Refers to twisting of a loop of bowel or other structure about its base of attachment, constricting venous outflow and ... Examination of one of the mesenteric artery branches shows 95% narrowing by atherosclerosis. Which of the following is the ... the mucosa of the diverticulum is highly vascular (B) the diverticulum may have functioning gastric mucosa (C) patients with ...
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*  XV - The Oral Cavity and the GI Tract Flashcards by Carol Guinevere Halasan | Brainscape
Tortuous dilated veins lying within the submucosa of the distal esophagus and proximal stomach due to increased portal pressure ... Refers to twisting of a loop of bowel or other structure about its base of attachment, constricting venous outflow and ... Gross morphology: narrowing of lumen, bowel wall thickening, serosal extension of mesenteric fat, and linear ulceration of the ... May progress to shock and vascular collapse within hours. Ischemic bowel injury(TOPNOTCH)Robbins Basic Pathology, 8th Ed p. 602 ...
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*  small bowel Flashcards by Ro Daiye | Brainscape
Venous drainage of duodenum Ant and post pancreaticoduodenal veins -> SMV -> splenic vein + SMV = portal vein ... mesenteric nodes -> LN channels -> cisterna chyli (btw aorta and IVC) -> thoracic duct -> left subclavian vein ...
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