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Complicaciones de la cirrosis hepática: ascitis, encefalopatía, síndrome hepatorrenal y estado nutricional

@article{Torre2014ComplicacionesDL,
  title={Complicaciones de la cirrosis hep{\'a}tica: ascitis, encefalopat{\'i}a, s{\'i}ndrome hepatorrenal y estado nutricional},
  author={Aldo Torre},
  journal={Revista Portuguesa De Pneumologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={79},
  pages={5-7}
}
  • A. Torre
  • Published 1 August 2014
  • Medicine
  • Revista Portuguesa De Pneumologia

Caracterización epidemiológica y clínica de la cirrosis hepatica en un centro regional del caribe colombiano: clínica general del norte. Enero 2012 a marzo 2017

TLDR
The etiology of hepatitis C virus is the most prevalent in the local environment, followed by non-alcoholic fatty liver, autoimmune hepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis, alcohol, viral hepatitis B and other etiologies.

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