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Related to splenorenal: splenorenal bypass


a. esplenorrenal, rel. al bazo y al riñón.
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Examples for surgical procedures that may be associated with chylous ascites are abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, retroperitoneal lymph node dissection, pancreaticoduodenectomy, liver transplantation, catheter placement for peritoneal dialysis, distal splenorenal shunt, inferior vena cava resection, and laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication (3).
5 MHz to detect the endometrial morphology and the blood flow, the size and location of uterus, the presence of fluid in pelvic cavity, hepatorenal recess, bilateral fossa iliaca and splenorenal recess and around liver, and the presence of enclosed mass in Douglas pouch and its bilateral fossa iliaca.
During this migration, the spleen establishes its peritoneal connections with the left kidney and stomach through splenorenal and gastrosplenic ligaments.
We report a patient with splenorenal involvement of Bartonella henselae on ultrasound and CT in a pediatric patient.
When starting the FAST examination, three windows are established: the hepatorenal window at the right superior quadrant, the splenorenal window in the left superior quadrant, and the pelvic window, which is viewed from above the symphisis of the pubis.
However, surgical shunting that mostly refers to distal splenorenal shunts (DSRSs), portacaval shunts (PCSs) or H-graft PCSs (HGPCSs) has generally disappeared for the widespread application of TIPS.
15] splenorenal shunt (+ splenectomy) Vibert 10 Retroperitoneal et al.
For FAST, the standard four areas were examined for the presence of free intraperitoneal fluid; Morrison\'s pouch, the splenorenal recess, the pelvis and the pericardial area.
The Distal Splenorenal Shunt (DSRS) procedure was developed and refined at the University of Miami by W.
3,6) Different surgical shunting procedures, including portacaval shunts, splenorenal shunts and mesocaval shunts, have been used to alleviate symptoms in BCS.