HEPATIC OIL EMBOLIZATION FOLLOWING LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY A REPORT OF 12 CASES
- J Bruneton
- A Le Treut
- M Abbes
- J Occelli
- D Aubanel
The authors report on 12 personal observations of lymphoportal fistulas, which ·represented 0.24% of their series of lymphographies. This rare complication of lymphography has no clinical or biological liver manifestations. Review of 71 cases in the literature confirmed that hepatic oi I embolization only occurs when there are lymphatic masses, with or without associated thrombosis of the inferior vena cava.
How to Cite:
Bruneton, J. & Le Treut, A. & Abbes, M. & Occelli, J. & Aubanel, D., (1982) “HEPATIC OIL EMBOLIZATION FOLLOWING LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY A REPORT OF 12 CASES”, Lymphology 15(2), p.70-73.