Deniz Ozdemirel

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Polyarteritis nodosa is a necrotizing vasculitis which affects small and medium-sized arteries. The clinical features of the disease vary according to the site and extent of involvement. Aneurysmal dilatation and thrombosis in the arteries of the liver and gastrointestinal tract have been reported in polyarteritis nodosa. However, rupture of the hepatic(More)
The causes of parenchymal hepatic calcification are mostly transplacental infection of TORCH complex, ischaemic necrosis, or tumours of foetal liver including haemangioma, hamartoma, teratoma, hepatoma, and hemangioendothelioma. Vascular pathologies like hepatic artery aneurysm, haematoma, calcified thromboemboli of portal vein and hepatic veins can also(More)
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