pyl-, pyle- +

(Greek: door, gate, entrance; orifice, an aperture or hole opening into a bodily cavity; indicating the portal vein)

adhesive pylephlebitis
Inflammation of the portal vein, generally suppurative (to produce or to secrete pus).
A curved deformity of the jaw associated with a cleft lip.
1. A plant that has its ovules and seeds so curved, or bent down upon themselves, that the ends of the embryo are brought close together.
2. A plant having a flower ovule with a structure that is partially inverted, with the stalk attachment at the bottom and the opening near the bottom.
Occlusion (closure or blockage) of the portal vein.
The distention (being enlarged or swollen from internal pressure) of the portal vein.
Dilation (widening, enlarging, or stretching) of the portal vein.
pylephlebitis obturans
Pylephlebitis or inflammation with an obstructed flow of blood in the portal vein.
Inflammation of the portal vein (large vein that carries blood from the stomach and intestines to the liver) or any of its branches.

Pylephletitis combines pyle-, "a reference to the entry of the portal vein into the liver" + phlebos, "vein".

Inflammation of the portal vein with the formation of a thrombus or blood clot.
Thrombosis or the formation of a blood clot in the portal vein or its branches.

The portal vein is a large vein that carries blood from the stomach and intestines to the liver.

Referring to or relating to the portal vein.

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, indirectly, or partially with: "opening, hole, cavity, tract, tube": alveolo-; antro-; anu-; celo-; coelio-; concho-; fenestra-; hernio-; hiat-; meato-; ora-; parieto-; poro-; pylor-; sphinctero-; splanchn-; stomato-; syringo-; uretero-; urethro-; vagino-; ventricul-.