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The authors studied changes of hepatic circulation, hepatoportal hemodynamics, and homeostasis of peripheral and portal venous blood in response to removal of the spleen in primary total extrahepatic portal hypertension. The findings of rheohepatography, isotope hepatography, and ultrasonic flow measurement provided proof that splenectomy does not lead to(More)
Experience in 100 operations for the creation of a peritoneovenous shunt in 63 patients with portal hypertension and resistant ascites showed that in careful selection of patients and determination of contraindications this operation is an effective method for the treatment of resistant ascites in patients with portal hypertension. The shunt increases(More)
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