Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis is an important consideration for any hospitalized patient with substantial ascites. Patients can have minimal symptoms. To complicate matters further, in some cases spontaneous bacterial peritonitis may present with failure of other organs (e.g. hepatic encephalopathy, or disseminated intravascular coagulation leading to gastrointestinal hemorrhage).
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