|portal vein gas||0.75||0.8||7960||41|
|portal vein gastropathy||1.39||0.6||937||17|
|portal vein gas etiology||0.96||0.9||3541||88|
|portal vein gas treatment||1.16||0.4||7297||70|
|portal vein gas ultrasound||0.49||0.4||949||5|
|portal vein gas on ct||1.32||0.1||9587||30|
|portal vein gas icd 10||1.73||0.5||3265||45|
|portal vein gas vs pneumobilia||1.93||0.6||8417||20|
The commonest cause for portal vein gas was bowel ischemia and mesenteric vascular pathology (61.44%). This was followed by inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract (16.26%), obstruction and dilatation (9.03%), sepsis (6.6%), iatrogenic injury and trauma (3.01%) and cancer (1.8%).What is the normal size of portal vein?
Gross anatomy. The portal vein usually measures approximately 8 cm in length in adults with a maximum diameter of 13 mm.What causes portal venous air?
Air in the portal vein has many causes including Necrotizing entero-colitis, Inflammatory bowel disease, Pneumatosis intestinalis, Mesenteric ischemia, Perforated peptic ulcer, Trauma etc.What is portal vein system?
Portal Venous System. The portal system carries venous blood (rich in nutrients that have been extracted from food) to the liver for processing. The major vessel of the portal system is the portal vein. It is the point of convergence for the venous drainage of the spleen, pancreas, gallbladder and the abdominal part of the gastrointestinal tract.