Friday 15 April 2005
Clinical manifestations observed in the majority of patients include hepatomegaly, right upper quadrant pain, and abdominal ascites. This article outlines the approach to clinical diagnosis and supportive medical therapy in patients who have BCS and reviews the clinical data supporting surgical shunting and liver transplantation as viable treatment options in this patient population.
sus-hepatic venous thrombosis
- hypercoagulable state (hypercoagulable disorders)
- oral contraceptive usage
- antithrombin III deficiency
pyogenic liver abscess (16201117)
acute Budd-Chiari syndrome