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A male with acute onset Jaundice

A male aged 43 years who is a chronic Alcoholic Chief Complaints Slowly Progressive Jaundice Abdominal Distension Anorexia Physical Examination Icterus (+) Pallor(+) P/A- Distended, Free fluid(+) Investigations CT Abdomen

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CT scan shows small shrunken liver with ascites Jaundice could be because of 1) chronic liver failure 2) Acute liver failure caused by alcoholic Hepatitis 3) Viral Hepatitis

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CLD Jaundice+ Ascitis+ Pt is alcoholic Ct abdomen shows shrunkened liver with free fluid in suprahepatic area Cirrhosis liver Adv LFTS and KFTS Pt may be in hepatorenal failure

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Ascites with jaundice Elastography Tapping cbnat Xray chest Cirrhosis of liver lft

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Possibly cirrhotic liver , ascitis, Jaundice. Adv LFT Fibroscan.

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Alcoholic hepatitis Ascitis PT may have cirrhotic changes

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