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Small esophageal varices mild esophagitis at gej portal hypertension..If surgery cannot b done what is the treatment?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Portal hypertension

This is most commonly due to cirrhosis of the liver and must be dealt with by a hepatologist, gastroenterologist or general surgeon familiar with the area of practice.
Knowing the etiology of this would also be helpful. The esohagitis at the gej may be due to reflux.

In brief: Portal hypertension

This is most commonly due to cirrhosis of the liver and must be dealt with by a hepatologist, gastroenterologist or general surgeon familiar with the area of practice.
Knowing the etiology of this would also be helpful. The esohagitis at the gej may be due to reflux.
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