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Variations and Anomalies of Hepatic Portal Vein Anatomy


Variations and Anomalies of Hepatic Portal Vein Anatomy
Cystic vein, Portal vein 1.09 cm, Superior pancreaticoduodenal vein, Superior mesenteric vein, Right gastroepiploic vein, Inferior pancreaticoduodenal vein, Right colic vein Ileocolic vein, Typical arrangement, Right gastric (pyloric) vein, Intestinal veins, Middle colic vein, Superior mesenteric vein, Superior mesenteric vein, Portal vein, Esophageal vein, Left gastric (coronary) vein, Left gastric (coronary) vein, Left gastric (coronary) vein, Splenic vein,

Pancreatic veins, Short gastric veins Spleen 0.45 cm, Inferior mesenteric vein, Left colic vein, Inferior mesenteric vein may enter junction of splenic and superior mesenteric veins, Left gastroomental vein, Splenic vein, Inferior mesenteric vein, Inferior mesenteric vein, Left gastric vein often enters junction of splenic and superior mesenteric veins, Portal vein, Superior mesenteric vein, Splenic vein, Splenic vein, Left gastric vein may enter splenic vein (24% of cases), Right gastric vein, Portal vein, Portal vein, Inferior mesenteric vein may enter superior mesenteric vein, High intestinal veins, Splenic vein, Portal vein anterior to head of pancreas and 1st part of duodenum, Pulmonary vein entering portal, Congenital stricture of portal vein, Portal vein entering inferior vena cava (hepatic artery enlarged).
Variations and Anomalies of Hepatic Portal Vein Anatomy