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Transjugular liver biopsy: What to do and what not to do.

Keshava SN, Mammen T, Surendrababu N, Moses V - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2008)

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Affiliation: Department of Radiology, Christian Medical College, Vellore - 632 004, Tamil Nadu, India.

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What to do

What not to do

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Right hepatic venogram
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Figure 0002: Right hepatic venogram

Mentions: The catheter should be advanced along the main RHV, which will be oriented along the axis of the ribs. If the RHV cannot be cannulated, the middle or left hepatic veins can be tried. A hepatic venogram is performed by injecting 5 - 10 ml of contrast [Figure 2]. The venogram is essential to confirm that the catheter is in the hepatic vein. Rarely, the right renal vein can be mistaken for the RHV.


Transjugular liver biopsy: What to do and what not to do.

Keshava SN, Mammen T, Surendrababu N, Moses V - Indian J Radiol Imaging (2008)

Right hepatic venogram
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Figure 0002: Right hepatic venogram
Mentions: The catheter should be advanced along the main RHV, which will be oriented along the axis of the ribs. If the RHV cannot be cannulated, the middle or left hepatic veins can be tried. A hepatic venogram is performed by injecting 5 - 10 ml of contrast [Figure 2]. The venogram is essential to confirm that the catheter is in the hepatic vein. Rarely, the right renal vein can be mistaken for the RHV.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Radiology, Christian Medical College, Vellore - 632 004, Tamil Nadu, India.

ABSTRACT

What to do

What not to do

No MeSH data available.