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Table 2 Angiographic findings and interventions in the TIPS group

From: Budd-Chiari Syndrome: Long term success via hepatic decompression using transjugular intrahepatic porto-systemic shunt

Patient Angiographic findings* gradient reduction** Number of additional Revisions Follow up
1 HV, PV, SMV occluded 17 → 8 2 2 years
2 HV occluded 30 → 7 1 4 years
3 HV occluded 23 → 10 3 2 years
4 HV occluded 29 → 12 2 12 years
5 HV occluded 46 → 6 1 5 years
6 HV, PV, IVC occluded 35 → 6 8 7 years
7 HV occluded 32 → 6 4 11 years
8 HV occluded 25 → 10 1 3 years
9 HV occluded 20 → 8 2 6 years
10 HV occluded 32 → 3 0 3 years
11 HV occluded 31 → 9 3 3 years
12 HV occluded 10 → 4 6 10 years
13 HV occluded 38 → 6 0 1/2 year
  1. *HV: hepatic veins; PV: portal vein; SMV: superior mesenteric vein; IVC: inferior vena cava
  2. **Numbers indicate original portosystemic pressure gradient followed by post-TIPS gradient in mmHg.