Clinical And Laboratory Predictors Of Outcome After Acute Variceal Bleeding

Atef Abdel Aziz Ali


Abstract


Background: Chronic liver diseases and cirrhosis have a 10-year mortality of 34-66%. Acute variceal hemorrhage (AVH) secondary to cirrhosis is the most important cause of mortality in cirrhosis. The prediction and evaluation of adequate hemostasis by non-


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Other Titles 2009التغيير الاكلينيكى والمعملى للنتائج المتوقعة بعد النزيف الحاد لدوالى المرئ
Keywords Clinical And Laboratory Predictors Of Outcome After Acute Variceal Bleeding
Issue Date 2009
Description Background: Chronic liver diseases and cirrhosis have a 10-year mortality of 34-66%. Acute variceal hemorrhage (AVH) secondary to cirrhosis is the most important cause of mortality in cirrhosis. The prediction and evaluation of adequate hemostasis by non-
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/2660


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