epiploic


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epiploic

(ˌɛpɪˈpləʊɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) relating to the epiploon
Translations

ep·i·plo·ic

a. epiploico-a, rel. al epiplón.
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Proper hepatic artery passes anterior to portal vein as it ascends to the epiploic foramen and at porta hepatis branches to right and left.
Several theories attempt to explain the underlying pathophysiology associated with this clinical entity including, mesenteric hypoperfusion, septic epiploic micro infarctions, splanchnic invasion via hematogenous spread or ascending infection from the urogenital tract, or immune complex deposition.
Fat stranding that is disproportionately more severe than the degree of wall thickening is a finding that suggests inflammatory diseases such as diverticulitis, appendicitis, or epiploic appendagitis.
The clinical differential diagnosis of acute abdominal pain depends on age and localization of the pain and includes acute pancreatitis, acute appendicitis, cholecystitis, gastroduodenal ulcer, diverticulitis, epiploic appendagitis, and other intra-abdominal inflammatory conditions.
Epiploic appendices (or appendices epiploicae) constitute small pouches of subserosal fat that project into the peritoneal cavity and line in two rows parallel to the tenia coli of the colon.
CT showed a pericolic oval lesion of fat attenuation with a hyper-attenuating ring and central dot sign in the same region that was diagnostic for epiploic appendagitis (EA); (Figure 2).
Objective: Epiploic appendagitis (EA) is a rare entity caused by the inflammation of the appendix epiploica.
The CT findings were consistent with a diagnosis of epiploic appendagitis.
Small intestine in carceraction through the epiploic foramen of the horse.
Primary torsion of the omentum and epiploic appendix in children.
Internal herniation with fatal outcome: herniation through an unusual aperture between epiploic appendices and greater omentum.
Sandeep has pioneered over 5500 multivessel CABG's (Coronary artery bypass), largely OP-CABG (Beating heart coronary artery bypass) using left ITA's (Internal mammary artery), free left and bilateral radial arteries, the use of a pedicled Rt GEPA (gastro epiploic artery as a vascular substitute for coronary artery bypass in over 50 cases), and over 150 reoperative CABG's (Redo heart surgery).