par Dubail, Didier ;Bruyns, Jean Andre ;Hemery, J.C.;Jeanmart, Jacques
Référence Acta chirurgica Belgica (Ed. bilingue), 93, 2, page (58-59)
Publication Publié, 1993-03
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The presence of hepatic portal vein gas is the consequence of invasion by anaerobic bacteria originating from an intestinal tract lesion. Although this phenomenon is rare, it may result from several common intestinal pathologies. The prognosis, despite intensive treatment, is often very poor. The authors report a case associated with bowel necrosis resulting from intestinal band.