endophlebitis


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Related to endophlebitis: postcibal, malalignment
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en·do·phle·bi·tis

n. endoflebitis, infl. de la íntima de una vena.
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Around 18% cases have associated portal venous system thrombosis as well.1,2 Primary BCS originates from within the lumen of the veins or venules and results from thrombus, IVC webs (more common in Asians) or endophlebitis or postoperative complications following liver transplantation.2 Secondary BCS results from an extra-luminal lesion such as tumour, abscess or cyst, which can invade the lumen or cause extrinsic compression.4