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Beatrice L. Madrazo, MD, FACR, RVT
Hepatic Vascular Conditions
Beatrice L. Madrazo, MD, FACR, RVT
07/09/2017 | Time : 93 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses various hepatic vascular complications. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to describe in detail the characteristics of congenital and acquired hepatic shunts, recognize the hemodynamics of hepatic venous thrombosis and offer clues to the diagnosis of typical and atypical hepatic vascular neoplasms.

Topics mentioned in this video : Technique, Portal venous disease, Intrahepatic shunts, Budd Chiari Syndrome, Extrahepatic porto caval shunt, Abernathy malformation, Collaterals, Osler-Webber-Rendu, Hepatic artery, Hepatic vascular tumor, TIPS

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Keywords : Abernathy malformation, arterioportal fistula, arterio-venous malformation, ascites, AVM, azygous vein, bland portal venous thrombosis, Budd Chiari syndrome, caput Medusa, caudate lobe hypertrophy, caudate lobe, caudate vein, caval stenosis, cavernomas, cavernous transformation of main portal vein, CHA, cirrhosis, color Doppler, common hepatic artery, esophageal varices, extrahepatic porto caval shunt, fatty liver, FNH, focal nodular hyperplasia, gallbladder varices, HA, HCC, hepatic adenoma, hepatic angiosarcoma, hepatic artery stenosis, hepatic artery thrombosis, hepatic artery, hepatic hemangioma, hepatic steatosis, hepatic ultrasound, hepatic vein thrombosis, hepatic vein, hepatocellular carcinoma, hepatofugal flow, hepatomegaly, hepatopetal flow, Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia, HHT, HVT, inferior vena cava, intrahepatic hepatic ongestion, IVC webs, IVC, left hepatic artery, left hepatic vein, left portal vein, LFTs, LHA, LHV, liver fibrosis, liver function tests, liver ultrasound, LPV, main hepatic artery, main portal vein, MHA, MHV, middle hepatic vein, MPV, OLT, orthotopic liver transplant, Osler-Webber-Rendu, PAN, pericholecystic varicosities, PHT, polyarteritis nodosa, porta hepatus, portal hypertension, portal vein stenosis, portal vein thrombosis, portal vein tumor invasion, portal vein, portal venous aneurysm, porto biliopathy, portosystemic shunt, power Doppler, pulse Doppler, PVT, recanalized paraumbilical vein, regenerative nodules, resistive index, RHA, RHV, RI, right hepatic artery, right hepatic vein, right portal vein, RPV, spectral Doppler, TIPS malfunction, TIPS occlusion, TIPS stenosis, TIPS, transjugular portosystemic shunt, tumor portal venous thrombosis, tumor thrombus, vitelline vein

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