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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of patients

From: Liver and spleen transient elastography predicts portal hypertension in patients with chronic liver disease: a prospective cohort study

  Patients (n = 107)
Gender, n (%)
  Females 50 (46.7)
  Males 57 (53.3)
Age, years, mean (±SD) 52.3 (±11.9)
BMI, kg/m2, mean (±SD) 26.7 (±4.2)
Liver disease, n (%)
  Hepatitis C 68 (63.6)
  Alcoholic liver disease 19 (17.8)
  Cryptogenic liver disease 11 (10.3)
  Other 9 (8.3)
Successful spleen elastography, n (%) 99 (92.5)
HVPG, n (%)
  ≥10 mmHg 78 (72.9)
  <10 mmHg 29 (27.1)
  ≥12 mmHg 67 (62.6)
  <12 mmHg 40 (37.4)
Child Pugh score, n (%)
  A 69 (64,5)
  B 32 (29,9)
  C 1 (0,9)
Platelet count, /Lx109, mean (±SD) 130.2 (±75.5)
ALT, IU/L, mean (±SD) 93.0 (±79.1)
AST, IU/L, mean (±SD) 105.9 (±77.6)
  1. SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index, HVPG hepatic venous pressure gradient, AST aspartate aminotransaminase, ALT alanine aminotransaminase, INR international normalized ratio
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