48 years old patient presented with jaundice and hugely distended abdomen. He is a chronic alcoholic. Diagnosis with appropriate reasoning.

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A chronic alcoholic with jaundice and distended abdomen does not have to be a difficult diagnosis It's a case of decompensated cirrhosis of liver Unless of course if he has hcv or hbv infection but all the same it's a case of decompensated cirrhosis of liver

Everyone's right but all are missing another important sign here: palmar erythema which is also important stigmata for chronic liver disease

Dupuytren's Contracture (due to thickening and shortening of palmar fascia); due to Chronic Liver cirrhosis...

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Dupuytren's contracture. Seen in - liver failure, alcoholism Due to thickening and shortening of palmar fascia.

Palmer erythema with Dupuytren's contracture in case of Decompensated cirrhosis of liver

Dupuytren's contracture​ Seen in alcoholism, diabetes and sezieurs Sometimes inherited

Dupuytren's contracture Sign of liver cell failure, liver cirrhosis

Other signs that can be seen are: Parotitis Spider nevi Palmar erythema Gynecomastia Testicular atrophy
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Dupuytrens contracture Sign of chronic liver failure

Ch.liver cirrhosis plus deputyrin contracture

Is there any relation between ch.liver disease and deputyrin contracture. Please respond
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Decompensated liver cirrhosis

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