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A review of the LFTs (AST, ALT, alk phos, GGT, albumin, INR, bilirubin), including etiologies of various derangements and common patterns suggestive of specific diagnoses.
Dr. Eric Laywell, Associate Professor at the Florida State University College of Medicine, discusses portal venous circulation and how pressure changes in portal veins caused by liver disease can have serious health consequences. Dr. Laywell explores the changes that happen during portacaval anastamosis, highlighting the three dangerous types of swollen portal veins: Esophageal varices, caput mesusae, and anorectal varices. He concludes by discussing the various surgical techniques to ease elevated portal pressure. Special thank you to our content editor Michael Sweeney, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences at FSU This animation was directed and produced by Jodi Slade, senior medical illustrator at the FSU College of Medicine. This animation and all content is ©2015 The Florida State University College of Medicine
Mother holding infant girl in Intensive Care Unit. The baby has pertussis (whooping cough) and is coughing severely.