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Low viscoelastic clot strength, platelet transfusions, and graft dysfunction are associated with persistent postoperative ascites following liver transplantation



High output, persistent ascites (PA) is a common complication following liver transplant (LT). Recent work has identified that platelets help maintain endothelial integrity and can decrease leakage in pathological states. We sought to assess the association of PA following LT with platelet count and platelet function.



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