Case

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abdomenrad

Patient Data :


Age : 72 - Gender : Male

Diagnosis :

Budd Chiari Syndrome

Findings :

On contrast enhanced CT images, contrast filling is not detected in the right hepatic vein, which is consistent with hepatic vein thrombosis. Hepatic parenchyma has a normal appearance. Also there is a large simple cyst in the right kidney.

History :

A patient with upper abdominal pain. Blood tests revealed slight increase of liver enzymes.
     
     
     
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HAKAN ÇELİK ;
1/13/2015 4:04:25 PM
Liver right lobe ( segment seven) hepatik vein and branches are closed with trombus. And then this trombus reach to inferior vena cava lumen someway asymmetrically.This is primary pathologic entity so called spesific name of Budd-Chiari syndrome. Second depending pathologic entity of this syndrome is parenchymal changes realeted of venous drainage region. Congestion, edema, venous ischemia, enfarctive tissue changes.
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