Diangóstico y terapéutica | 24 MAR 14

Encefalopatía hepática en el hospital

La encefalopatía hepática es un síndrome neuropsiquiátrico que se produce con frecuencia en la cirrosis descompensada.
Autor/a: Leise MD, Poterucha JJ, Kamath PS, Kim RW Mayo Clin Proc 2014;89:241-253.
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