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Acute Liver Dysfunction - Principles and Practice [Working Title]
Stroke and liver cirrhosis are common in our everyday clinical practice, both of which can lead to serious complications. Their association is unclear. In this chapter, we briefly summarized the epidemiology of liver cirrhosis in stroke, reviewed the current evidence regarding the association between liver cirrhosis and stroke, and discussed the potential mechanisms for explaining such an association, such as coagulopathy, hypoperfusion, cardiac diseases, diabetes, and dyslipidemia. Authordoi:10.5772/intechopen.90420 fatcat:c4tqbzg4ircghatralwntst7fm