Superior Vena Cava Syndrome.
It causes an increase in the cavernous sinus pressure, which causes pressure in the superior vena cava, which shuts down the liver.
Passing through the superior vena cava.
lacerating the venous sinuses, allowing tiny fragments of brain tissue to enter the superior vena cava, which then went in to the heart and landed in the pulmonary arteries.
Which Causes Pressure In The Superior Vena Cava Which Shuts Down The Liver.