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Duplex sonography of hepatic artery thrombosis after liver transplantation.
Key Words: laparoscopic cholecystectomy, bile duct injury, hepatic artery injury, portal vein injury, hepatectomy, liver resection
However, long term infusion into the hepatic artery is a well-established principal in cancer treatment and this is a promising area of research.
It has been reported that AST and ALT increase dramatically in acute liver congestion or acute occlusion of the hepatic artery (4).
On the day of admission, a cholecystostomy tube was placed, and the hepatic artery was embolized with Gelfoam.
Our centre does not perform elective surveillance endoscopies in children with BA due to reliable clinical follow-up based on noninvasive markers (platelet count, portal vein and hepatic artery flows, and hepatic artery resistance on Doppler ultrasound).
Hemosuccus pancreaticus from a pseudoaneurysm of the hepatic artery proper in a patient with a pancreatic pseudocyst.
The hepatic artery is the one that most commonly supplies blood to the cancerous tumors.
Republic doctor Alan Byrne admitted at the weekend that the youngster was literally seconds away from death after rupturing his hepatic artery in a collision with Irish Amateur team keeper Adrian Walsh last Friday evening.
However, Republic team doctor Alan Byrne revealed the teenager feared he would lose his life after rupturing his left hepatic artery in a seemingly innocuous challenge with Irish Amateur team goalkeeper Adrian Walsh at Gannon Park, Malahide, on Friday evening.
Andrews and his senior colleagues met up at the Republic's Malahide training headquarters yesterday barely 36 hours after the 18-year-old Everton defender came within seconds of death after rupturing his left hepatic artery in a freak training ground accident.
Duffy, who was named the Blues' Reserves Player of the Season, lost two-thirds of his blood supply after rupturing his hepatic artery during a training game between the Republic of Ireland and an amateur team at Gannon Park on Friday evening.