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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 14: The SMV is seen for a distance of about 7 cm in this image and the tributaries joining the SMV can be identified. The border away from the probe is the left border of the SMV, and on that border, three tributaries are seen joining from below upward. The lowest is the first jejunal trunk, higher up is the IMV, and then the SV joins the SMV. SMV: Superior mesenteric vein, SV: Splenic vein, IMV: Inferior mesenteric vein

Figure 14: The SMV is seen for a distance of about 7 cm in this image and the tributaries joining the SMV can be identified. The border away from the probe is the left border of the SMV, and on that border, three tributaries are seen joining from below upward. The lowest is the  first jejunal trunk, higher up is the IMV, and then the SV joins the SMV. SMV: Superior mesenteric vein, SV: Splenic vein, IMV: Inferior mesenteric vein