Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal


Of 146 operations performed for the complications of portal hypertension in the Henry Ford Hospital between 1927 and August 31, 1969, 114 were portasystemic shunts. Operative mortality, sequelae and long term survival were closely related to the state of the patients' liver function and the urgency of operation.



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