A study was conducted on 156 children, in whom the portal veins were measured using standard real time ultrasonography. Knowledge of the normal dimension may be important in patients with liver disease.
KeywordsPublic Health Liver Disease Portal Vein Normal Dimension Real Time Ultrasonography
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