Romanucci, Demostene; Stapleton, Leo A.
July 1968
Angiology;Jul1968, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p435
Academic Journal
Presents the clinical case of a woman patient who had retroperitoneal fibrosis, secondary to pancreatitis with resulting compression of the hepatic artery and subsequent hepatic insufficiency as a result of decreased hepatic arterial irrigation. Two-month history of epigastric pain and malaise admitted to hospital; Anorexia and intolerance to fried and fatty foods.


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