Budd-chiari syndrome due to right hepatic lobe herniation: C
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Hepatic herniation is a rare clinical condition. Most commonly it is associated with congenital diaphragmatic herniation or acquired through blunt diaphragmatic trauma. This article presents a case of a right hepatic lobe incisional hernia in a 75-year-old female who underwent partial right-sided nephrectomy 52 years previously. Evidence of partial Budd-Chiari syndrome was seen on CT scan that was presumed to be as a result of traction of the herniated liver. To the best of authors' knowledge is the first case of a right-sided hepatic hernia with evidence of partial Budd-Chiari syndrome. The patient was treated conservatively with anticoagulation and analgesia...

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