perihepatic


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perihepatic

(ˌpɛrɪhɪˈpætɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy surrounding the liver; located around the liver
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Furthermore, misplacement of the inserted chest tube at sixth intercostal space, which passed from the right pleural space through the diaphragm into the perihepatic space, was also noted in the CT images [Figure 2].
Cervical nodes are the most commonly affected nodes in tuberculous lymphadenitis, accounting for approximately 63% of cases, followed by mediastinal (27%) and axillary nodes (8%), mesenteric hepatic, portal, perihepatic and inguinal lymph node.
These include pain, post-ablation syndrome, asymptomatic pleural effusions, and minimal asymptomatic perihepatic (or renal) fluid collections.
Abdominal computed tomography with intravenous contrast (axial view) showing free fluid (arrow) in the perihepatic region.
The capsular tear was cauterized, but continued perihepatic bleeding of uncertain etiology was noted, requiring massive transfusion.
The defendant radiologist performed a post-procedure ultrasound and reported that it showed trace perihepatic fluid.
If ACC in elderly patients is diagnosed definitively, coexistent disease is actively controlled, and infection of other organs such as the lungs and urinary system is excluded, the following six parameters are proposed as operative indications: (1) body temperature ≥38.5[degrees]C; (2) peripheralbloodleukocytecount ≥15 x 109/L; (3) neutrophil ratio ≥85%; (4) highly sensitive C-reactive protein ≥100 mg/L; (5) B-ultrasonography shows the double-layer structure of the gallbladder wall; and (6) computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging shows pericholecystic or perihepatic fluid.
Abdominal ultrasonography and contrast-enhanced abdominal computerized tomography (CT) revealed ascites in perihepatic, perisplenic, and subdiaphragmatic areas, and acute hepatitis without biliary tract pathologies.
(4) In original FAST, detection of free fluid is made at upper right quadrant (perihepatic area, hepatorenal recess, or Morrison pouch), upper left quadrant (peri-splenic view), suprapubic (pouch of Douglas), and sub-xiphoid region (pericardial view).
Massive amount of perisplenic, perihepatic, and pelvic fluid was also detected (Figure 1).