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Measuring blood levels of ammonia may predict hepatic encephalopathy

30 Dec 2015
Researchers found that fasting levels of ammonia in the blood could predict the risk for experiencing an episode of hepatic encephalopathy or hepatic encephalopathy-related morbidity among patients with cirrhosis, according to published findings. Joh...

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