Gastrohepatic


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Gas`tro`he`pat´ic


a.1.(Med.) Pertaining to the stomach and liver; hepatogastric; as, the gastrohepatic, or lesser, omentum.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mesenteric and gastrohepatic lymph nodes of both animals were edematous and had multifocal hemorrhagic foci.
Hepatic hydatid cysts may show growth either in the liver capsule, gastrohepatic ligament, or peritoneum.
Hypermetabolic lymph nodes in the bilateral neck level II/V had an SUV of 13.0, the gastrohepatic ligament had an SUV of 14.4, the right external iliac had an SUV of 21.4, and the mesentery had an SUV of 19.3.
In addition, there is soft tissue inflammation involving the gastric fundus, gastrosplenic ligament, and gastrohepatic ligament.
The right crus was found by opening up the gastrohepatic ligament.
However, origin from the transverse and sigmoid mesocolon or the gastrohepatic ligament is also possible.
She underwent a laparoscopic technique, in which myotomy was performed from the gastroesophageal junction approximately 6 cm upward on the lower esophagus and extending approximately 2.5 cm to the stomach after releasing gastrohepatic and cardiophrenic ligaments.
3) gastrohepatic ligament dissection is required for surgical treatment of gastric cancer (6).
A cohort of patients with biliary atresia was identified across New Zealand from a national database of all children with serious gastrohepatic disease.
The gastroesophageal junction and the hiatus is hereafter exposed by division of the gastrohepatic and the phrenoesophageal ligaments.
Lymphadenectomy was furtherly executed by entering the lesser sac through the gastrohepatic omentum.
It was observed that the lesions indicative of PMWS were concentrated in the precapsular, bronchial, and gastrohepatic lymph nodes.