Portal Venous Catechol Amines in Portal Hypertension.


PORTAL hypertension is generally looked upon as a result of obstruction to the portal vein, secondary to hepatic scarring and regeneration resulting from various parenchymal liver disorders. Less often, the obstruction follows thrombosis of the portal vein. But there remains a small group of patients with clear-cut evidence of portal hypertension in whom… (More)

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