To Clot or Not to Clot: Understanding Coagulopathy in Liver Disease

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One of the hallmarks of end-stage liver disease is the manifestation of coagulopathy induced by a change in normal liver function, which disrupts the careful balance between bleeding and clotting. This can induce a physiological state where a patient is prone to abnormal bleeding, abnormal clotting, or both of those states together. In this infographic, we review the function of the normal liver in maintaining hemostasis and describe some of the physiological dysfunction that can be induced by end-stage liver disease.

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