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Table 1 Patients' characteristics

From: Transjugular intravascular ultrasound for the evaluation of hepatic vasculature and parenchyma in patients with chronic liver disease

Patient Age (Y) Gender Etiology of chronic liver disease Child-Pugh score (points) Fibrosis score (METAVIR) MELD score Clinical symptoms FHVP
(mmHg)
WHVP
(mmHg)
HVPG
(mmHg)
1 44 M HBV+HCV 9 F4 14 Ascites, jaundice, fluctuant encephalopathy 9 29 20
2 67 M HCV 6 F4 8 No liver decompensation 6 18 12
3 54 F HBV 6 F1 8 No liver decompensation, severe malnutrition 5 9 4
4 42 M HBV+ Alcohol 11 F4 19 Ascites, jaundice, fluctuant encephalopathy 11 30 19
5 72 M Alcohol 8 F4 11 Ascites and peripheral edema 10 28 18
  1. Abbreviations: HBV, HCV (Hepatitis virus B, C); MELD (Model of end stage liver disease); FHVP (Free hepatic venous pressure); WHVP (Wedge hepatic venous pressure); HVPG (Hepatic venous pressure gradient)