portal hypertension refers to high blood pressures in the hepatic portal vein the large vein that carries blood from the digestive tract spleen and pancreas to the liver within the liver blood runs through tiny channels where it exchanges contents with the liver cells this is where nutrients are processed
Dumping syndrome is a very common complication following gastric and esophageal surgeries. Also known as rapid gastric emptying, dumping syndrome is a condition in which undigested food moves too quickly from the stomach to the small intestine. In other words, food gets “dumped” into the intestine before being properly digested.
A human body contains 50 to 70% water, of which about 2 thirds is located inside the cells, the other one third is in the extracellular fluid and blood plasma. Water can move freely between different compartments in the body, but its direction is determined by which compartment has more