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Anomalous Left Portal Vein

A rare case,  patient 55 years-old man was examined because he found to have small esophageal varices. He reports that in the childhood  he was operated for atrial septal defect. CT shows some tributaries to form an anomalous left portal vein  which  opens into the right atrium. Case submitted by Nikos Vougioukli.

Anomalous Left Portal Vein Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 Rating: 5

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