ultrev ch.1 - The liver Portal Hypertension MC reason...

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The liver: - Portal Hypertension – MC reason Cirrhosis and Schistosomiosis and budd-chari - Cirrhosis – MC alcohol and viral hepatitis - Fatty infiltration – MC alcohol abuse and obesity - Pneumocystic carinii – MC organism causing infection in AIDS pts (diffuse, nonshadowing, hyperechoic foci) - Schistosomiasis – mc parasitic infection in humans - Amebic abscess – MC extraintestinal complication of amoebic dysentery - Granulomas – MC histoplasmosis or tuberculosis - Cavernous hemangioma – MC benign tumor of the liver. - Hepatic adenoma & Budd-Chiari syndrome – use of oral contraceptives - HCC- Hepatoma – Hepatocellular carcinoma - MC PRIMARY malignancy of the liver - Mets – MC encountered mass of the liver. MC source is gastrointestinal, breast or lung cancer - Hepatoblastoma – MC MALIGNANT LIVER TUMOR in early childhood - Aneurysms – MC arteriosclerosis and associated hypertension - Fusiform – MC of aortic aneurysm - Dissecting aneurysms – MC in people with hypertension or Marfan syndrome
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