Sinusoid Pathway

Sinusoid pathways, or sinusoidal pathways, are terms used to describe a portion of the hepatic portal system. From networks in the stomach, intestines, pancreas, and spleen, blood moves through the hepatic portal vein to the capillary-like hepatic sinusoids, which together are called the hepatic portal system. From the sinusoid pathways, blood is transported by the hepatic veins back to the inferior vena cava.


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