mesenteric vein


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Related to mesenteric vein: gastroepiploic vein, gastric vein, splenic vein, middle colic vein
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Noun1.mesenteric vein - a tributary of the portal vein passing from the intestine between the two layers of mesenterymesenteric vein - a tributary of the portal vein passing from the intestine between the two layers of mesentery
vein, vena, venous blood vessel - a blood vessel that carries blood from the capillaries toward the heart; "all veins except the pulmonary vein carry unaerated blood"
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a natural biological graft derived from a bovine mesenteric vein that provides vascular access for end-stage renal disease hemodialysis patients, which is approved for sale in the U.
1993) reported that infusion of propionate in mesenteric vein increased plasma insulin concentration, but plasma glucose concentration remained unchanged in sheep.
Therefore, the cause leading to the necrosis of the descending and sigmoid colon was thought to be a bowel infarct secondary to venous thrombosis of the inferior mesenteric vein.
On US, the anatomical relationship of the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) and superior mesenteric vein (SMV) may be reversed (Figure 2A).
Computed tomography (CT) results suggested that for the thrombosis of the superior mesenteric vein (Figure 1), emergency partial excision of the small intestine could be performed.
If both technologies were taken into account, 30 of 32 patients were positive in the mesenteric vein (93.
The woman, 19 then, was two months pregnant but had to terminate the foetus on account of mesenteric venous thrombosis, a clot that blocks blood flow in a mesenteric vein (one of two veins through which blood leaves the intestine).
The normal relationship of the superior mesenteric vein (SMV) on the right of the SMA was also distorted.
23) There have been several further technical innovations including use of the coronary vein, inferior mesenteric vein and spliced saphenous veins when the jugular vein is not available.
Slonim et al reported successful percutaneous removal of six TIPS Wallstents extending into the superior mesenteric vein, IVC, or right atrium.
Of specific concern is the possibility of severing the patient's superior mesenteric vein (SMV).
During laparotomy it was determined that she had a gangrenous small bowel in conjunction with thrombotic occlusion of her superior mesenteric vein.