hepatic vein

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hepatic vein

[he′pad·ik ′vān]
(anatomy)
A blood vessel that drains blood from the liver into the inferior vena cava.
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Ramification pattern and topographical relationship between the portal and hepatic veins in the left anatomical lobe of the human liver.
Portal hypertension is interpreted by finding portal vein and hepatic vein pressure gradient exceeding 10-12 mmHg (2).
Then the hepatic artery, portal vein and hepatic vein of the graft to be received are clamped and cut and the graft is transported to the back-table for the preservation process.
A 10 F sheath was inserted into the jugular vein (right, unless occluded) and the hepatic vein (usually right, although middle was also used) was cannulated using a 5 F Cobra catheter.
Furthermore, arterial phase of enhanced CT showed three major hepatic veins.
Right hepatic and inferior hepatic veins were anastomosed to the inferior vena cava (IVC).
4,8) Visceral veins like hepatic veins, inferior vena cava, or portal vein may get occluded in Behcet's disease.
Chronic catheters were established in mesenteric, portal, and hepatic veins, and femoral artery to measure the plasma flow by using p-aminogippurric acid.
The Hepatic Artery, Portal Venius System and Portal Hypertension: the hepatic veins and liver in circulatory Failure.
Chronic indwelling catheters were installed surgically in the mesenteric portal and hepatic veins and a femoral artery to measure blood flow and net flow of across portal-drained viscera (PDV) liver and splanchnic tissues (liver+PDV).
diffuse and multiple communications between peripheral portal and hepatic veins in several segments.