Hepatic Artery Occlusion

Possible causes of a liver arterial occlusion include thrombosis (z. B. at hypercoagulability, severe atherosclerosis or vasculitis), emboli (z. B. in endocarditis, tumors, therapeutic embolization or chemoembolization), iatrogenic events (z. B. accidental intraoperative ligature), vasculitis (about nichtthrombotische mechanisms), structural defects of the vessel (z. B. neurysma the hepatic artery), eclampsia, cocaine and sickle cell crisis. (See also overview of vascular diseases of the liver.) Possible causes of a liver arterial…

September 3, 2018