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507 Possible Causes for Muscular, of, subcostal, tributary, vein

  • Renal Nutcracker Syndrome

    Muscular layers of the incision were sutured and the wound was temporarily protected by membrane in order to maintain the normal pressure of CO 2 pneumoperitoneum.[] A point 5cm below the tributary point was marked on the IVC, and this was the target for transposition.[] […] the female and varicose veins of the testicular vein (varicoceles) near the left testicle.[] This was performed via a subcostal approach in order to mobilise the left kidney.[] This technique can be performed by midline supraumbilical laparotomy, a right subcostal approach, or minilaparotomy.[]

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  • Absence of Innominate Vein

    Exercise, esp. walking, is encouraged to promote the muscular contraction that moves blood through the veins and minimizes venous stasis.[] […] superior pulmonary vein draining to the left innominate vein via vertical vein.[] Bilateral SVC to Right Atrium Diagnostic Features A: Subcostal long-axis view B: Parasternal long- axis view C: The LSVC is seen anterior to LPA in the parasternal short-axis[] @article{Akpinar2012PersistentLS, title {Persistent left superior vena cava, absence of the innominate vein, and upper sinus venosus defect}, author {Ibrahim Akpinar and Muhammet[] A venogram demonstrated the presence of a lateral CS tributary of adequate caliber for CS pacing lead placement.[]

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  • Budd-Chiari Syndrome

    Treatments to help manage symptoms that interfere with everyday life may include: Physical or occupational therapy can help improve muscular coordination and trembling.[] […] inferior epigastric veins and superficial epigastric veins are seen (arrows in ‘C’ and ‘D’). 5) Inferior phrenic pericardio-phrenic collaterals • Pericardiophrenic vein is a tributary[] […] cases of diffuse hepatic vein occlusion or failed angioplasty.[] RESULTS: A femoral to superior vena cava veno-venous bypass was inserted, and both a median sternotomy and phreno-laparotomy with right subcostal extension were performed.[] Hepatic outflow obstruction at middle hepatic vein tributaries or inferior right hepatic veins after living donor liver transplantation with modified right lobe graft: comparison[]

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  • Scimitar Syndrome

    […] sarcoidosis サルコイドーシス sarcoma 肉腫 sarcosinemia サルコシン血症 saturation 飽和度/彩色飽和/飽和剤 sausage-shaped mass ソーセージ様腫瘤 scanning speech 断続言語 scaphocephaly 舟状頭/舟状頭蓋/舟状頭蓋症 scapuloperoneal muscular[] In case of defective regression of the original splanchnic venous drainage and establishment of communication with the left atrium, the lungs will drain into the tributaries[] KEYWORDS: Scimitar syndrome; cardiac anatomy and pathology; meandering pulmonary vein; scimitar variant[] Apical, four-chamber and subcostal echocardiographic views can best identify individual pulmonary veins and their confluence.[] Four-chamber apical and parasternal short- and long-axis views were obtained, in addition to subcostal views.[]

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  • Presinusoidal Portal Hypertension

    In addition, some of the characteristic histologic features of INCPH, such as obliteration and muscular hypertrophy of portal venous branches, might be explained by a prior[] Others flow into the portal vein tributaries and become trapped in the terminal portal venules, where they incite chronic inflammation which is subsequently followed by marked[] Abstract During a hemodynamic study, plasma catecholamine concentrations were measured in the pulmonary artery and in the hepatic vein in 18 presinusoidal portal hypertensive[] Most commonly due to obstruction: Somewhere in the portal vein or its tributaries (Prehepatic). In the portal venules and sinusoides in the liver (Hepatic).[] Hepatic blood flow was decreased in half of the patients with portal vein obstruction.[]

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  • Congenital Stenosis of the Inferior Vena Cava

    […] the spread and multiplication of a pathogenic organism or malignant cells a local and temporary impairment of circulation caused by obstruction of circulation the middle, muscular[] Tributaries T8: paired inferior phrenic veins T8: hepatic veins 3 L1: right suprarenal vein L1: renal veins L2: right gonadal vein L1-L5: lumbar veins L5: common iliac veins[] […] of the pulmonary veins.[] The size of the inferior vena cava is best measured from a subcostal window shortly before it enters the right atrium.[] Anomalies of the inferior vena cava (IVC) and its tributaries are also well known. 8 Mazzucco and colleagues. 9 reviewed the association of IVC anomalies with congenital cardiac[]

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  • Retrocaval Ureter

    Though it has been regarded in the recent past as a simple muscular tube, reacting to stretching or filling by contraction, this simplistic view of ureteral phys iology is[] Median Sacral What are the two anterior visceral tributaries of the IVC? What are the three lateral visceral tributaries of the IVC? 1.[] KEYWORDS: CT; MR; Meandering right pulmonary vein; Retrocaval ureter; Vertebral fusion[] The patient's pain worsened and he was later explored through a right subcostal incision on 30-6-1982.[] Identification of Ureter Ureter is a muscular structure, and in life waves of muscular contractions generate a worm like rhythmic movement (peristalsis) consequently milking[]

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  • Pylephlebitis

    The passage of skinny needles through the small bowel does not normally lead to complications, presumably because the bowel is a muscular, self-sealing tube [ 5 , 6 ].[] Author information 1 Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 97239-3098, USA. [email protected] Abstract Pylephlebitis is thrombophlebitis of the portal vein or its tributaries[] KEYWORDS: CT; inferior mesenteric vein; mesenteric thrombosis; mesenteric vein variant; pylephlebitis; sigmoid diverticulitis[] Discussion: Pylephlebitis ( infective suppurative thrombosis of the portal vein or its tributaries, the superior mesenteric vein and splenic veins) is a rare and potentially[] Acute ascending infection of portal vein and its tributaries often arising from primary GI inflammatory lesion (common: diverticulitis, appendicitis, infected pancreatic necrosis[]

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  • Pneumonia

    For example, a common marker of frailty in seniors is muscular weakness, which can directly affect an elder’s ability to clear secretions from the lungs and avoid infection[] If you have bacterial pneumonia, your doctor may give you antibiotics through an intravenous (IV) line inserted into a vein.[] Absence or persistence of respiratory signs consistent with severe pneumonia (subcostal in‐drawings and rapid breathing). Time for recovery of respiratory symptoms.[] Blood Tests Blood tests involve taking a sample of blood from a vein in your body.[] “What we know is based on a letter that her doctor released last July, in July 2015, that says she has a history of hypothyroidism, seasonal allergies , prior deep vein thrombosis[]

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  • Appendicitis

    At the time of examination, localized pain, tenderness, and mild muscular defense were observed in the right lower abdomen.[] Triphasic CTscan abdomen found thrombosis of right portal vein and its hepatic tributaries alongwith superior mesenteric vein (SMV) and its tributaries.[] Physical examination revealed an abdominal tenderness in the right lower quadrant without rebound tenderness or muscular tension.[] CT scan showed acute appendicitis and a central filling defect in the superior mesenteric vein. DIAGNOSES: Acute appendicitis complicated by SMVT.[] Periodic acid-Schiff-positive and Grocott-Gomori methenamine silver-positive fungal hyphae with acute-angle branching were observed, demonstrating muscular invasion.[]

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