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Case 2720

Congenital intrahepatic portal-systemic shunt: a case report

Author(s)
Rebonato A, Sammartino F, Caterino S, Giglio L, Rossi M, David V, Ziparo V
 
Patient
female, 41 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    A superior mesenteric arteriogram, in the venous phase
     

    An arteriogram showing the opacification of a large, tortous vessel, about 35 mm in diameter, arising from the right portal vein and draining into the right hepatic vein.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Venous phase of superior mesenteric arteriogram;

    An arteriogram showing the opacification of a large, tortous vessel, about 35 mm in diameter, arising from the right portal vein and draining into the right hepatic vein.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Venous phase of superior mesenteric arteriogram;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    MRI images
     

    An axial T1-weighted MR image showing no pathological findings of encephalic parenchyma referring to vascular anomalies or to portal-systemic encephalopathy.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI images;

    An axial T1-weighted MR image showing no pathological findings of encephalic parenchyma referring to vascular anomalies or to portal-systemic encephalopathy.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI images;
     
     
An arteriogram showing the opacification of a large, tortous vessel, about 35 mm in diameter, arising from the right portal vein and draining into the right hepatic vein.
 
An arteriogram showing the opacification of a large, tortous vessel, about 35 mm in diameter, arising from the right portal vein and draining into the right hepatic vein.
 
An axial T1-weighted MR image showing no pathological findings of encephalic parenchyma referring to vascular anomalies or to portal-systemic encephalopathy.
 
An axial T1-weighted MR image showing no pathological findings of encephalic parenchyma referring to vascular anomalies or to portal-systemic encephalopathy.
 
 
 
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