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a. subhepático-a, situado debajo del hígado.
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Ferumoxytol contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance venography (MRV) (2), demonstrated a large infrahepatic caval thrombus extending from the IVC filter down into the bilateral common, external and internal iliac veins and nonocclusive thrombus within the transplant renal vein (Fig.
This vessel coursed away from the gastro-hepatic ligament and opened into the infrahepatic inferior vena cava (IVC).
Blood samples were collected by puncture with a 21-gauge needle from the infrahepatic inferior cava vein at time of euthanasia.
Of note, during the explant, when we started cutting the suprahepatic cava, after clamping vessels, and cutting PV and infrahepatic IVC, due to the weight of the liver, RHV area tore and got retracted in the clamp.
Axial, contrast-enhanced CT demonstrated a centrally located, 4 x 4 x 4.6 cm, lobulated mass invading the renal vein and extending into the lumen of the infrahepatic inferior vena cava (Figure 1).
Briefly, in donor operation, the suprahepatic vena cava, infrahepatic vena cava, and portal vein were mobilized.
Congenital anomalies of the inferior vena cava (IVC) such as hypoplasia, duplication of the IVC or the absence of the infrahepatic IVC are very rare in the general population, described in a proportion of 0.2%-1% (10-12).
** A midline or subcostal incision in patients with infrahepatic IVC extension (according to the preference of the urologist).
Emergent infrahepatic vena cava stenting for life-threatening perforation.
Between the 6th and 8th week of gestation, three pairs of embryonic vessels conjoin to form the infrahepatic IVC.