Budd Chiari Syndrome

Himali Meshram
It can present as an acute, fulminant or chronic state. Acute BCS presents as acute onset hepatomegaly and ascites. In fulminant BCS, there is rapid liver cell failure and patients may present with encephalopathy. Chronic BCS evolves over three to six months and on presentation, patients are in cirrhosis with decompensation.

Budd Chiari Syndrome Budd Chiari Syndrome 09/05/2018
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