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Professor Julia NewtonORCiD
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Autonomic dysfunction (AD) is common in chronic liver disease (CLD) of all aetiologies and even more so in those awaiting transplantation. As yet, the pathophysiology is not completely understood but the clinical effects are dramatic for the patient, who has a heavy symptomatic burden. There are several considerations, specific to liver disease, which complicate AD. Outlined here is a practical guide for clinicians detailing the common presentations and consequences of AD, investigation techniques and treatment options. As morbidity and mortality is increased in CLD patients with AD its recognition, investigation and management is important to all who encounter such patients.
Author(s): Frith J, Newton JL
Publication type: Review
Publication status: Published
Journal: Liver International
ISSN (print): 1478-3223
ISSN (electronic): 1478-3231
Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC