Subtotal hepatectomy: A new procedure based on the inferior right hepatic vein.
What does RHV stand for?
RHV stands for Right Hepatic Vein
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- Royal Holloway University of London (College of the University of London)
- Rolling Hills United Methodist Church (California)
- Rosh Hashanah Under the Stars (religious service; Baltimore Hebrew Congregation; Cockeysville, MD)
- Radio Hautes-Vosges (French radio station)
- Regionale Huisartsen Vereniging (Dutch)
- Reid-Hillview Airport of Santa Clara County (California)
- Relative Heart Volume (cardiology)
- Remodélisation d'Histoire de Vie (French: Remodeling of Life History; hypnosis)
- Rescued Human Virus
- Richard Humpty Vission (music producer, remixer, and DJ)
- Right-Heart Volume (cardiology)
- Roentgenologic Heart Volume (cardiology)
- Rose-Hulman Ventures (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology; Terre Haute, IN)
- Recombinant Hirudin Variant 1
- Recombinant Hirudin Variant 2
- Refrigeration, Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (conference; Bangkok, Thailand)
- Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corps (Richmond Hill, NY)
- Roger Hill Volunteer Center (Lawrence, Kansas)
- Reconstituted Human Vaginal Epithelium
- recombinant human vascular endothelial growth factor
Samples in periodicals archive:
: A: Coronal computed tomography image of thorax/abdomen/pelvis with intravenous contrast demonstrating a large tumour thrombus extending into the right hepatic vein (double arrows) and just below the right atrium (single arrow).
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] DIAGNOSIS Transient cardiac arrest IMAGING FINDINGS The CT scan that was acquired 70 seconds after the start of IV contrast administration showed a contrast agent deposit with a blood-contrast level in the dependent portion of the superior vena cava (Figure 1A) and the inferior vena cava (Figure 1B), dense opacification of the right portal and right hepatic veins (Figure 1C), contrast material pooling in the right renal parenchyma (Figure 1D), and a nonenhanced small abdominal aorta (Figure 1B, C, and D).