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Szerzők egy rendkívül ritkán észlelt, a vena lienalison kialakult aneurysmáról számolnak be. A 34 éves nőbeteg felső hasi panaszok miatt került kivizsgálásra, amelyek hátterében CT-angiographia a vena lienalis aneurysmáját igazolta. A fusiformis, rendkívül vékony falú, 40 mm maximális átmérőjű saccularis tágulat a pancreas hátsó falán képezett benyomatot. A műtét során a v. lienalis és a lép megtartásával tangentialis resectiót végeztek. A beteg eseménytelenül gyógyult, és az 5. posztoperatív napon panaszmentesen távozott. 3 hónappal a műtét után panaszmentesen normál máj és pancreas laboratóriumi paraméterekkel került ellenőrző vizsgálatra.

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