Portal Hypertension – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care


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Increased portal venous pressure >5–10 mm Hg that occurs in association with splanchnic vasodilatation, portosystemic collateral formation, and a hyperdynamic circulation
Most commonly secondary to elevated hepatic venous pressure gradient (the gradient between the portal a…

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