Portal hypertensive gastropathy is associated with iron deficiency anemia.

CONCLUSION: The CTP score but not HVPG or MELD were risk factors for severe PHG. Importantly, anemia and especially IDA are significantly more common in patients with severe PHG. PMID: 31912289 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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