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Table 3 Splenomegaly tabulated on severity of esophageal variceal and liver cirrhosis.

From: Blood ammonia levels in liver cirrhosis: a clue for the presence of portosystemic collateral veins

Child-Pugh Class A      
EV grade 0 1 2 3 Total
Splenomegaly - 39 7 4 0 50
Splenomegaly + 6 4 3 2 15
Total 45 11 7 2 65
Child-Pugh Class B      
Splenomegaly - 27 10 5 6 48
Splenomegaly + 10 10 5 4 29
Total 37 20 10 10 77
Child-Pugh Class C      
Splenomegaly - 1 1 2 1 5
Splenomegaly + 0 2 3 1 6
Total 1 3 5 2 11
  1. Splenomegaly absence/presence (rows) by EV, Esophageal Varices grade (columns); Pearson's chi square: 202, p = 0.20. Splenomegaly was detected by measuring SLD, Spleen Longitudinal Diameter at US, with a value set at ≥ 150 mm.