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ASCITES

ASCITES by Glen E. Hastings MD September 26, 2005 I History & Physical Examination 1,2: Ascites is a swelling of the abdomen, caused by the accumulation of extracellular fluid in the abdominal cavity.

Ascites, a New Cause for Bilateral Hydronephrosis: Case Report

Case Study TheScientificWorldJOURNAL (2009) 9, 1035–1039 TSW Urology ISSN 1537-744X; DOI 10.1100/tsw.2009.112 *Corresponding author. ©2009 with author.

Common Complications of End Stage Liver Disease - Ascites

1 CASE: 46 year old driver, previously healthy, presented to ED c/o 4 weeks of increasing abdominal girth and lower extremity swelling and 5 days of "yellow eyes."

Portal Hypertension - Ascites

Portal Hypertension - Ascites 73 Nathan M. Bass, M.D., Ph. D. Key Concepts 1. Ascites accumulates when there is excessive formation or impaired absorption of peritoneal fluid.

Management of Adult Patients With Ascites Due to Cirrhosis

AASLD PRACTICE GUIDELINE Management of Adult Patients With Ascites Due to Cirrhosis Bruce A. Runyon Preamble These recommendations provide adata-supportedap-proach.

Ascites: What You Need to Know

Ascites: What You Need to Know What is Ascites? Ascites is caused by accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. The most common cause is cirrhosis of the liver, but other illnesses such as heart failure, kidney failure, infection, or cancer can cause ascites.

Fetal Ascites Not Associated with Rh Incompatibility:

1225 Fetal Ascites Not Associated with Rh Incompatibility: Recognition and Management with Sonography Frank P. Hadlock1 RussellL. Deter2 Joe Garcia-Pratt3 Patricia Athey1 Robert Carpenter2 ClarkM.

Tunneled Peritoneal Catheter Placement Under Sonographic and ...

AJR:177, September 2001 615 Tunneled Peritoneal Catheter Placement Under Sonographic and Fluoroscopic Guidance in the Palliative Treatment of Malignant Ascites OBJECTIVE.

Fred Park David Kravetz February 23, 2010 - + Ascites

+ Ascites Fred Park David Kravetz February 23, 2010 Causes of ascites • Cirrhosis – 81% • Cancer – 10% • Mixed ascites – more than one cause (e.g., cirrhosis

Management of adult patients with ascites due to cirrhosis ...

Management of Adult Patients with Ascites Due to Cirrhosis: An Update Management of adult patients with ascites due to cirrhosis: An update