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Fig. 2. From: Cardiopulmonary manifestations of portovenous shunts from congenital absence of the portal vein: Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary vascular dilatation.

Selective injection in the hepatic artery (upper) in case 1 with venous return demonstrating the large collateral draining to the azygous vein below the diaphragm (lower). The portal vein is not seen.

Y. M. Law, et al. Pediatr Transplant. ;15(8):E162-E168.
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Fig. 3. From: Cardiopulmonary manifestations of portovenous shunts from congenital absence of the portal vein: Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary vascular dilatation.

Venous phase in Case 1 from injection into the hepatic artery with simultaneous balloon occlusion of the venous collateral. A portal venous stump was not seen on the liver side.

Y. M. Law, et al. Pediatr Transplant. ;15(8):E162-E168.
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Fig. 1

Fig. 1. From: Cardiopulmonary manifestations of portovenous shunts from congenital absence of the portal vein: Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary vascular dilatation.

Selective right pulmonary arteriogram in case 1 shows diffuse dilated intraparenchymal pulmonary vessels with rapid return of contrast to left atrium, in less than two beats. The left pulmonary arteriogram had identical findings.

Y. M. Law, et al. Pediatr Transplant. ;15(8):E162-E168.

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