First Things First (assess and treat for the following)
- HE is a syndrome of neuropsychiatric dysfunction caused by portosystemic venous shunting with or without intrinsic liver disease. It is classified into episodic (previously acute), persistent (previous chronic) or minimal (previously subclinical).
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Last updated: May 2, 2010
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