SPVS imaging findings reported in several modalities include radionuclide lung perfusion scan using 99m-Tcmacroaggregated albumin , conventional venography , and CT scan [2, 3].
SPVS may cause hypoxemia, systemic embolism through systemicto-pulmonary venous connections or brain abscess.
In patients with antiphospholipid syndrome related BCS, bicaval obstruction may lead to SPVS formation.
Although, there were no significant differences in digestibility coefficients and TDN and DE values among the different levels of SPVS and SPVH, the 40% SPVS diet showed the highest digestibility coefficients of all nutrients and subsequently nutritive values, however, control diet had the lowest values (P < 0.
Rabbits fed commercial diet recorded the highest pH value and NH3-N concentration and those fed 40% SPVS diet had the highest TVFA's concentration (P < 0.
Rabbits fed 40% SPVS diet showed significantly (P<0.
Results in Table (5) showed that rabbits fed commercial diet showed the highest average daily and total DM intake, but those fed 40% SPVS diet had the lowest DM intake (P<0.
05) the highest amounts of DM/kg gain, but those fed 40% SPVS diet had the lowest DM/kg gain.
05) the highest feed cost and feed cost/kg gain, however, those fed 40% SPVS and SPVH diets showed significantly (P < 0.
These results may be due to the lower prices of sweet potato veins compared with berseem hay as well as the improvement of weight gain with feeding diets containing SPVS and SPVH.
Data in Table (6) showed that rabbits fed 40% SPVS diet showed significantly (P < 0.
Rabbits fed 20% BH + 20% SPVS diet showed significantly (P < 0.