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The portal venous phase, also known as the late portal phase or hepatic phase, is a contrast-enhanced CT or MRI series that has the following characteristics: liver parenchyma is at its peak enhancement with a density >50 HU 1,2 portal vein and hepatic veins are completely enhancedHow is portal vein thrombosis identified and treated?
Ideally, the presence of thrombosis is identified early and thrombolysis/thrombectomy performed to re-establish flow. This may avoid a possible long-term complication of portal hypertension, although portal vein thrombus often develops in a pre-existing setting of portal hypertension. The Principles of management 3:What is the portal vein in the human body?
The portal vein (PV) (sometimes referred to as the main or hepatic portal vein) is the main vessel in the portal venous system and drains blood from the gastrointestinal tract and spleen to the liver. Article: Gross anatomy. Variant anatomy.What is the prevalence of renal vein variation on CTA?
Anatomic variations of the major branches of the abdominal aorta, inferior vena cava, portal vein, and renal veins are common and are visible on CTA. For example, an accessory hepatic vein may be seen between segments V and VI. Single retroaortic or duplicated left renal veins are seen in 2.5% and 9% of the population, respectively.