Symptoms of portal hypertension

Sharing is caring!

What are some clinical signs and symptoms associated with portal hypertension?

Esophageal, gastric, mesenteric, and rectal varices may bleed in response to elevated portal pressures; mortality related to the initial bleeding episode may be 20% or more. Increased sinusoidal pressure may result in ascites and hepatic hydrothorax. Hepatic encephalopathy, hepatorenal syndrome with renal dysfunction, and hepatopulmonary syndrome with hypoxemia may also be encountered.

Sharing is caring!


Sign up to receive the trending updates and tons of Health Tips

Join SeekhealthZ and never miss the latest health information

Scroll to Top