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A male aged 50 who is a diagnosed case of Alcoholic liver disease Chief Complaints Underwent routine endoscopy to see the changes of Portal Hypertension Investigations USG s/o Nodular shrunken liver with moderate ascites & mild splenomegaly These changes were seen in duodenum on UGIE

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It appears like the patient is going to Liver cirrhosis considering Ascitis and portal hypertension The recommended diuretic regimen in the setting of liver related ascites is a combination of spironolactone (Aldactone) and furosemide (Lasix). Single daily dose of 100 milligrams of spironolactone and 40 milligrams of furosemide is the usual recommended initial dosage. You might want to add medications as a palliative care Doctor, Good Case Doctor!

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Liver cirrhosis Treatments focus on the underlying cause. In advanced cases, a liver transplant may be required. Medication-Diuretic, Ammonia reducer, Beta blocker, Antibiotics and Antiviral drug Medical procedure Rubber band ligation, Therapeutic endoscopy and Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt Surgery Liver transplantation Nice case

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