Calcified portal venous thrombosis
A male patient with a history of bilharizial infection earlier underwent treatment. Now describes abdominal pain and altered liver function.
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A calcified thrombus of the main trunk of portal vein with thrombosed main branches. Enlarged spleen with dilated hilar portosystemic collaterals.
A retro-aortic course of the left renal vein is incidentally noted.
Multiple dilated collaterals suggestive of portal hypertension are demonstrated as well.
Incidentally discovered a type I retroaorti course of the left renal vein.