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TableĀ 1 Characteristics and outcome of patients with acute-on-chronic liver failure

From: Reduced cortical thickness in patients with acute-on-chronic liver failure due to non-alcoholic etiology

Cases Age/sex Chronic etiology Acute etiology Grade of HE Jaundice-HE interval (days) Outcome
#1 45/F Cryptogenic HEV 2 3 Discharged
#2 41/M Cryptogenic HEV 2 4 Discharged
#3 48/M Cryptogenic HEV 2 4 Discharged
#4 50/M Wilson disease ATT 4 2 Discharged
#5 50/M HBV HBV 1 25 Discharged
#6 44/M Cryptogenic Unknown 2 20 Discharged
#7 30/M HBV HBV 2 4 Discharged
#8 35/F Cryptogenic HBV 3 4 Discharged
#9 50/F Cryptogenic HAV 3 3 Discharged
#10 50/M HBV HBV 2 2 Deceased
#11 32/M HCV HEV 4 9 Deceased
#12 35/M Cryptogenic HEV 4 14 Discharged
#13 25/M Cryptogenic Unknown 4 23 Deceased
#14 47/M Cryptogenic Unknown 3 12 Deceased
#15 48/M Cryptogenic Unknown 1 14 Deceased
  1. HBV hepatitis B virus, HEV hepatitis E virus, HCV hepatitis C virus, HE hepatic encephalopathy