Inflammation: a way to understanding the evolution of portal hypertension

@article{Aller2007InflammationAW,
  title={Inflammation: a way to understanding the evolution of portal hypertension},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Angeles Aller and J W Arias and Arturo Fern{\'a}ndez Cruz and J. Toma{\^A}s Go{\^A}mez Arias},
  journal={Theoretical Biology & Medical Modelling},
  year={2007},
  volume={4},
  pages={44 - 44}
}
Portal hypertension is a clinical syndrome that manifests as ascites, portosystemic encephalopathy and variceal hemorrhage, and these alterations often lead to death. Splanchnic and/or systemic responses to portal hypertension could have pathophysiological mechanisms similar to those involved in the post-traumatic inflammatory response. The splanchnic and… CONTINUE READING