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Synonyms for splenic

of or relating to the spleen

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When performing distal pancreatectomy, the spleen is generally removed for easy accessibility, because of its anatomical closeness to the distal pancreas, and for ensuring extensive resection of lymph nodes located along the splenic artery and the splenic hilum.
The patient's systemic symptoms with splenomegaly with multiple hypodense splenic lesions raised high suspicion for a primary hematologic malignancy or a primary splenic tumor.
A univariate analysis of prognostic factors for splenic abscess including age, sex, abscess number, underlying disease, pathogens, and treatment methods was assessed using Fisher's exact test.
Splenic injury is a very rare complication of colonoscopies, with an approximate incidence of 1 in 100,000 since the first reported case in 1974 [9-11].
Herein, we report the case of a young woman with infectious mononucleosis-like syndrome who developed splenic infarction during the acute phase of CMV and parvovirus B19 concomitant infection.
Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) with selective superior mesenteric, common hepatic and splenic arteriogram was performed.
The celiac trunk branched into two vessels: the left gastric artery and a hepatosplenic trunk, which further divided into splenic and common hepatic arteries (Figure 1).
We present an alternative surgical approach for spleen preserving laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy which simplifies the preservation of the splenic blood supply, requires lesser mobilizations, and reduces the operating time.
Splenic lymphocyte stimulation was performed as previously described [7].
Normally, the first root forms the left gastric artery, the second root forms the splenic artery and the third root forms the common hepatic artery.
Calcifications of chronic pancreatitis - she was an alcohol abuser, but the calcification was restricted to the splenic artery (Figure 1b).
He was found to have incidental hepatosplenic hypodensities on follow up imaging, that were proved to be mucormycosis on histopathology after getting CT-guided biopsy of splenic lesions.
Splenic vein aneurysms were first reported in 1953 (1) and they are part of the extrahepatic portal vein aneurysm group (2).
Isolated splenic abscess, though rare in children, is associated with high mortality and morbidity.