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Purulent portal phlebitis

Purulent portal phlebitis refers to the purulent inflammation of the main portal vein and its intrahepatic branches. This disease often coexists with multiple bacterial liver abscesses. The purulent focus of the donor supplied by the branch of portal vein can lead to the occurrence of this disease. The lesion may involve the main portal vein or its branches, or the whole intrahepatic portal vein branch.


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