|portal vein thrombosis icd 10||1.89||0.3||4774||66|
Portal vein thrombosis is a dangerous condition where the portal vein is blocked or narrowed by a blood clot. Left untreated, it can cause a buildup and pressure called portal hypertension, which can be life-threatening.What are the symptoms of portal vein thrombosis?
Other severe symptoms of portal vein thrombosis include: spiking fevers. chills. liver pain. vomiting blood. yellowing of the skin, or jaundice. varices and gastric bleeding. bloody or tarry stools.