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IMVIntermittent Mandatory Ventilation
IMVInstitutt for Musikkvitenskap (Norwegian: Department of Musicology)
IMVInfantry Mobility Vehicle (Australian Defence Industries Limited)
IMVInvasive Mechanical Ventilation
IMVIn My View
IMVInferior Mesenteric Vein (human anatomy)
IMVInstitute for Molecular Virology
IMVInvertomatic-Victron (company name)
IMVIntegrated Machine Vision
IMVIntermodule Ventilation
IMVInlet Metering Valve
IMVInstrumented Measurement Vehicle (weapon representation for flight test)
IMVIntegral Multivariable
IMVInternational Meteorological Vocabulary
IMVInstant Messaging Environments (Yahoo!)
IMVInternationaler Milchwirtschaftverband
IMVInjection Master Valve
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Superior dissection after division of the artery allows identification and division of the inferior mesenteric vein just below the pancreas.
The Landzert's fossa is situated immediately lateral to the ascending duodenum, posterior to the inferior mesenteric vein (IMV) and the ascending branch of the left colic artery, directly beneath the posterior parietal peritoneum.
PV, portal vein; SMV, superior mesenteric vein; CV, coronary vein; IMV, inferior mesenteric vein; SA, splenic artery; SV, splenic vein; LGEA, left gastroepiploic artery; LGEV, left gastroepiploic vein; SGA, short gastric artery; SGV, short gastric vein.
IVC= inferior vena cava; RCIA= right common iliac artery; RCIV= right common iliac vein; LCIA= left common iliac artery; LCIV= left common iliac vein; SMA= superior mesenteric artery; SMV= superior mesenteric vein; IMA= inferior mesenteric artery; IMV= inferior mesenteric vein
Up to now, many types of vein grafts have been used for the reconstruction of the MHV, including the saphenous vein [6], umbilical vein, left portal vein, mainly from the recipient, and the inferior mesenteric vein and iliac vein, mainly from the donor [12].
If the sigmoid colon still cannot be lowered into the rectum without undue tension, we also will ligate the rectal tributary of the inferior mesenteric vein, one of the two main tributaries of the mesenteric vein.
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