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Liver Anatomy

Living-Donor Liver Transplantaion Detailed

The Liver - In Detail
Pitting Oedema

Ascites

Caput Medusae

Portal hypertension results from the abnormal blood flow pattern in liver created by cirrhosis. The increased pressure is transmitted to collateral venous channels. Sometimes these venous collaterals are dilated. Seen here is "caput medusae" which consists of dilated veins seen on the abdomen of a patient with cirrhosis of the liver

Oedema

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