Ascites Survival Duration Statistics

The survival duration for individuals with ascites can vary widely, with some patients experiencing short-term survival and others living for several years depending on the underlying cause and effectiveness of treatment.

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"Around 60% of cirrhotic patients are predicted to develop ascites within 10 years."

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Statistic 2

"Approximately 30-40% of patients who had non-alcoholic cirrhosis and simultaneous ascites survived more than 7 years."

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Statistic 3

"For ascites caused by cirrhosis, untreated, the two-year life expectancy is under 50%."

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"Patients with refractory ascites have a poor prognosis, with a 1-year survival rate of approximately 50%."

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"If ascites is not treated quickly enough, it could lead to a mortality rate of about 40% within a year, and 50% within two years."

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"Approximately 15% of cirrhosis patients with ascites may develop hepatorenal syndrome, with a 50% survival rate over about two weeks."

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"Patients with malignant ascites tend to have a significantly lower lifespan, with approximately a 20% survival rate in six months."

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"The survival duration after developing ascites has been reported to range from 20 to 58 months."

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"Among ovarian cancer patients with ascites, the median survival time is usually less than 6 months."

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"Over 50% of patients with liver cirrhosis are expected to develop ascites within 10 years of their diagnosis."

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Statistic 11

"Upon reviewing 17 studies, the estimated survival after diagnosis was reported to be 5.6 months for patients with peritoneal carcinomatosis and ascites."

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"Alcohol-related liver disease has a high prevalence of ascites (40%). The 1-year survival of these patients is around 60%."

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"Patients with malignant ascites have a very poor prognosis, with a median survival rate of 1-4 months."

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"Despite receiving large volume paracentesis, patients with ascites had a survival rate of only 30% after one year."

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"Among cirrhosis patients with ascites, the 5-year survival rate is only about 30%."

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Statistic 16

"The median survival time for malignant ascites patients is usually less than 6 months regardless of their primary cancer."

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