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《Contemporary Medicine》 2017-35
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Clinical significance of loop scanning ultrasonography in the prognosis of liver cirrhosis complicated with esophageal varices ligation

Lin Ye;Department of Gastroenterology, Ganzhou People's Hospital of Jiangxi Province;  
Objective To evaluate the clinical effect of endoscopic ultrasonography in the prognosis of liver cirrhosis complicated with esophageal varices ligation. Methods In our hospital from March 2014 to March 2016 collected 96 cases of liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension associated with pure esophageal varices patients as the research object, all patients underwent esophageal variceal ligation treatment, postoperative respectively using common endoscopy and endoscopic ultrasound scan ring to examine patients of esophageal and peripheral collateral vein and perforator vein, and the results were compared. Results Routine endoscopy and ultrasound examination for circular scanning difference degree of esophageal varices in patients with recurrent esophageal small; lateral branch vein, paraesophageal collateral vein classification process for mild is significantly less than the non recurrence group, severe grade was significantly higher than in non recurrent group; the number of cases of recurrence in patients with varicose vein perforator the signs are significantly higher than the non recurrence group(P0.05). Conclusion Endoscopic ultrasonography of liver cirrhosis with ring and prognosis of esophageal variceal ligation patients is very important, through the classification level of detection of patients with esophageal and paraesophageal collateral vein lateral branch vein perforator vein if there are signs of varicose drink to assess the disease recurrence rate, the greatest degree of improve the prognosis and quality of life of patients, and can be widely recommended in clinical.
【CateGory Index】: R657.31
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