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by hepatic cirrhosis(passive) caused byportal venous hypertension

mainly(passive) is ... causedPortal hypertension ( PHT

portal vein stenosis in 6 patients(passive) was caused byExtrahepatic portal hypertension

Portal hypertension Increase hepatic resistance to portal flow due to cirrhosiscausesportal hypertension

In patients with cirrhosis the pressure in portal system increasesto causeportal hypertension

by portal vein(passive) caused byextrahepatic portal hypertension

The obstruction of portal vein due to any reason causes disruption of blood flow to the liverthus causingportal hypertension

the hepatic portal vein flowcan leadto portal hypertension

obstruction of blood flow in the portal system(passive) is caused byPortal hypertension

by obstruction of the splenic vein(passive) caused bysegmental portal hypertension

Shunting of blood from the hepatic artery to the portal veincausesportal hypertension

by an obstruction of flow to the venous system as a result of liver disease(passive) caused byPortal hypertension

Portal vein thrombosis ... the hepatic portal veincausesportal hypertension

the hepatic portal veincausesportal hypertension

Blood clots in the liver or the portal veinmay causeportal hypertension

by cirrhosis Portal hypertension causes(passive) caused byportal hypertension

cirrhosis , a disease that results from scarring of the liver(passive) is most commonly caused byPortal hypertension

scarring or cirrhosis of the liver which causes blood to back up into the portal vein(passive) is caused byPortal hypertension

by intrahepatic portal vein obstruction(passive) caused byportal hypertension

by the portal vein obstruction(passive) caused byportal hypertension

the portal systemcausingportal hypertension

a rare conditioncan causeintrahepatic portal hypertension

disruption of flow through the portal system(passive) is caused byPortal hypertension

by intrahepatic portal vein obstruction , primarily cirrhosis(passive) caused byportal hypertension

increased blood flow within the portal venous system(passive) is caused byPortal hypertension

increased blood flow within the portal venous system and(passive) is caused byPortal hypertension

by an obstruction of flow to the venous system(passive) caused byPortal hypertension

PVT ... the hepatic portal veincausesportal hypertension

the portal veincausesportal hypertension

the portal veincausingportal hypertension

this portal veincausingportal hypertension

see complications of Portal hypertensioncausesPortal hypertension

by obstruction of the portal or splenic veins(passive) caused byportal hypertension

by portal vein compression(passive) caused byportal hypertension

increased intrahepatic vascular resistance and portal blood flow(passive) is mainly caused byPortal hypertension

Alterations of portal venous blood flowcan also leadto portal hypertension

by portal cirrhosis(passive) caused byportal hypertension

The scar tissue also obstructs blood flow throughout the hepatic portal systemcausingportal hypertension

Any obstruction in the course of portal circulationwill causeportal hypertension

by portal vein compression by the tumor(passive) caused byportal hypertension

certain complications , including encephalopathy and ascitesmay causecertain complications , including encephalopathy and ascites

intractable ascitescausingintractable ascites

decreased effective arterial blood volumecausesdecreased effective arterial blood volume

splenomegaly(passive) caused bysplenomegaly

splenomegalycausessplenomegaly

intrahepatic block Showcausesintrahepatic block Show

to vasodilationleadsto vasodilation

potentially lethal complications such as variceal hemorrhagecausespotentially lethal complications such as variceal hemorrhage

in ruptured esophageal varices , a very frightening and dangerous situationresultingin ruptured esophageal varices , a very frightening and dangerous situation

to gastrointestinal bleeding[Dhiman et al . , 2002leadingto gastrointestinal bleeding[Dhiman et al . , 2002

to life threatening upper gastrointestinal bleeding ( esophageal varices ) and the buildup of fluid within the abdomen ( ascitesmay frequently leadto life threatening upper gastrointestinal bleeding ( esophageal varices ) and the buildup of fluid within the abdomen ( ascites

to the development of veins ( called collateral vessels ) that directly connect the portal blood vessels to the general circulation , thus bypassing the liverleadsto the development of veins ( called collateral vessels ) that directly connect the portal blood vessels to the general circulation , thus bypassing the liver

blood pressure in the portal veins to increasecausesblood pressure in the portal veins to increase

esophageal varices and bleeding was more severecausedesophageal varices and bleeding was more severe

to esophageal varices , which may rupture and give gastrointestinal bleedingleadingto esophageal varices , which may rupture and give gastrointestinal bleeding

esophageal varices and bleedingcausedesophageal varices and bleeding

an increase in portal blood flowcausesan increase in portal blood flow

a blood backflow from the liver ( portal ) blood vesselscan causea blood backflow from the liver ( portal ) blood vessels

several other more common sources of upper gastrointestinal bleeding , such as esophageal varices Esophageal varicesmay causeseveral other more common sources of upper gastrointestinal bleeding , such as esophageal varices Esophageal varices

in esophageal varices , and other complicationscan resultin esophageal varices , and other complications

to a reduce of blood fluid on the liverleadsto a reduce of blood fluid on the liver

several other more common sources of upper gastrointestinal bleeding , such as esophageal varices and gastric varicesmay causeseveral other more common sources of upper gastrointestinal bleeding , such as esophageal varices and gastric varices

from scarring or other blockage that increases the pressure in the portal vein in the liverresultsfrom scarring or other blockage that increases the pressure in the portal vein in the liver

the development of varicescausesthe development of varices

blood to back up in the veins connected to the livercausesblood to back up in the veins connected to the liver

dangerous complications of cirrhosis such as variceal bleeding and ascitescausesdangerous complications of cirrhosis such as variceal bleeding and ascites

to the formation of esophageal varicesmay ... leadto the formation of esophageal varices

to serious complications , including # varices and # ascitescan leadto serious complications , including # varices and # ascites

cirrhosis of the liver ... and urgently needs medical treatmentcausescirrhosis of the liver ... and urgently needs medical treatment

to leak from the portal veinscausingto leak from the portal veins

esophageal varices therefore bleeding was more severehas causedesophageal varices therefore bleeding was more severe

due to esophageal varicescauseddue to esophageal varices

varices , ascites and splenomegalycan causevarices , ascites and splenomegaly

from disease of the liver leading tomay resultfrom disease of the liver leading to

enlarged veins ( varices ) in the esophagus ( esophageal varices ) or the stomach ( gastric varicesmay causeenlarged veins ( varices ) in the esophagus ( esophageal varices ) or the stomach ( gastric varices

to liver and spleen enlargement and oesophageal varicescan leadto liver and spleen enlargement and oesophageal varices

thrombosis of the portal veincan causethrombosis of the portal vein

enlarged veins in the esophagus or the stomach and lead to life - threatening bleedingmay causeenlarged veins in the esophagus or the stomach and lead to life - threatening bleeding

in ascites or bleedingcan resultin ascites or bleeding

to esophageal varices and splenomegalyleadingto esophageal varices and splenomegaly

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