Management of Budd–Chiari syndrome

This depends upon the cause. Both medical and surgical treatments have mixed success. Severe coagulative disorders may have to be transplanted,
although there is a significant risk of recurrence. If the cause is an IVC web, this may be surgically  removed. In some patients, palliative treatment
with percutaneous stent placement in the hepatic veins can relieve the symptoms of ascites and varices.Ultrasound may assist in guiding the
placement of stents.

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