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What is the diagnosis? A) Budd chiari syndrome B) Cutaneous larva migrans C) Umbilical hernia D) Portal hypertension E) Gastric carcinoma

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D) Portal hypertension ( Caput Medusae )

CORRECT ANSWER IS.. D ) .. PORTAL HT..

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SUGGESTIVE OF D PORTAL H. T

D. Portal hypertension. The main cause of portal hypertension is cirrhosis. This is a scarring of the liver. It can result from several conditions such as hepatitis (an inflammatory disease) or alcohol abuse.

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Distended veins in abdominal wall ( caput medusae ) most likely due to portal hypertension ( cirrhosis / other liver diseases)

PORTAL HYPERTENSION (D) Liver cirrhosis due to alcohol or inflammation are the most common causes.

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Caput medusae seen arroun umbilicus is sign of PORTAL HYPERTENSION hence ans is D

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D - Portal hypertension. Distended abdominal wall veins - caput Medusae seen

Caput medusa(dilatation of para umbilical veins) PHTN

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