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



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

Dupuytren's contracture

Thanks Dr Abdul Majeed Sir

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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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

Ch.liver cirrhosis plus deputyrin contracture

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

Duputren's CONTRACTURE seen in cirrhosis of liver.

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

Contracture Tetany

Deputryn contracture.in cirrhosis.

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

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