Macronodular cirrhosis.Venography of the right hepatic vein. (a) A normal venogram, with smooth arborization. (b) Macronodular cirrhosis. The vein is indented by a large regenerative nodule (arrow) (c) Mesonodular cirrhosis. The arrows indicate compressions on the sublobular veins. (d) Micronodular cirrhosis. The wall of middle-sized veins is irregular, and sublobular veins are also markedly narrowed due to compression by regenerative nodules.
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