A 72-year-old man with hepatocirrhosis developed hepatic coma. Its development is caused by the substances, that are being neutralized in the liver, entering into general circulation through portacaval shunts (portal hypertension syndrome) and necrosis of hepatic cells. What type of hepatic coma is characterized by these presentations?

A. Mixed Correct

B. Parenchymatous

C. Hepatocellular

D. Ketoacidotic

E. Shunt


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