We present a case of severe PPH complicated by DIC and hepatic
infarction resulting in acute hepatic
Abdominal CT revealed rupture of a lesion situated in the hepatic
posterior lobe, hemorrhage around the liver, and accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity (Figure 1).
Furthermore, there was an increasing body of literature showing that remifentanil protects against hepatic
IRI in animal models, which is probably mediated by activating p38MAPK signal pathway , modulating the hepatic
IL-18/IL-18 binding protein balance, inhibiting IL-18 signal pathway , and activating antiapoptotic pathways .
Theoretically, EXE may have a promoting function for hepatic
fibrosis through diminishing the estrogen levels.
At 6 weeks, 3-4 main hepatic
vein outlets drained into the inferior cava vein.
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(liver) cirrhosis and hepatic
It depicts detailed hepatic
portal, venous and arterial anatomy, comprehend hepatic
parenchymal status, measure graft and remnant liver volumes, defines virtual hepatectomy planes and other associated abdominal abnormalities.5 MDCT is capable of acquiring images with slice thickness up to 0.5mm and provides excellent spatial and temporal resolutions.
The main hepatic
duct that is required to dissect right above the cystic duct, was dissected after the fusion (Figure 1), and continuity was provided with hepaticojejunostomy.
Table-II: Mean values of hepatic
lobule diameter of control Group A and experimental group C (Independent t-test).
Cholelithiasis is a common problem among masses and two to three percent of asymptomatic patients become symptomatic each year.1 Laparoscopic cholecystectomy was introduced as an alternative to conventional open gallbladder removal, by Mouret in 1987 and it soon became gold standard for the surgical treatment of cholelithiasis.2,3 Role of routine sub hepatic
drainage after Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is still an issue of great debate.4,5 An intra-abdominal drainage inserted as an early warning system may not always detect a nearby fluid collection and it also poses risk of liver, vascular and potentially a visceral injury.
Abernethy malformation is a congenital extra hepatic
portosystemic shunt (CEPS) that develops between the porto-mesenteric vasculature and the systemic veins.
(3) Numerous complications are associated with HELLP, including hepatic
rupture, pulmonary oedema, cerebral oedema and haemorrhage, disseminated intravascular coagulation, acute renal failure, hepatorenal failure, placental abruption, acute respiratory distress syndrome, stroke, and sepsis.