perihepatic


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perihepatic

(ˌpɛrɪhɪˈpætɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy surrounding the liver; located around the liver
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On necropsy, most (14/17) birds that underwent TC had grossly visible coelomic, pericardial, or perihepatic hemorrhage.
Magnetic resonance imaging showed perihepatic hematoma.
In addition, there were small hypodense fluid collections in the Morrison's pouch, the perisplenic and perihepatic regions, and the rectovesical recess with a density similar to water (Figures 2, 3).
Liver: The thickened perihepatic area was observed with the presence of an inflammatory exudate composed of neutrophils (some or degenerate), macrophages and eosinophilic granule cells seated on fibrin condensed and in other cases, the presence of fibroblasts was demonstrated.
Morbidity was reported in three patients [pulmonary embolism (n = 1), perihepatic abscess treated with percutaneous ultrasound-guided drainage (n = 1) and postoperative hemorrhage requiring relaparotomy (n = 1)].
Other complications such as perihepatic abscess and bile collections were rare.
Such complications include hemorrhage, bile duct injury, over looked common bile duct stones, bile leak, perihepatic collection and infection.
FAST consists of the evaluation of four points (pericardial, perihepatic, perisplenic, and pelvic (Fig.
Summary of postoperative complications Grade according n Description to Clavien-Dindo system [12] Grade 1 5 Wound sepsis Grade 2 2 Wound sepsis Grade 3a 2 Perihepatic abscess, perihepatic abscess Grade 3b 3 Biloma, incisional hernia, early postoperative small-bowel obstruction Grade 4 2 Myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular accident
Only one patient had small perihepatic hematoma about 3 cm x 1 cm in size, in the lateral segment of left lobe liver on immediately follow-up unenhanced CT.
6%) patients which didn't maintain hemodynamic stability after conservative management with fluid and blood replacement 24h of admission because unavailable TAE in early period which included ligation of the ipsilateral or common hepatic artery perihepatic packing and debridement of the ruptured tumor.