Which statement is wrong concerning liver cirrhosis a

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165. Which statement is wrong concerning liver cirrhosis? A. Cirrhosis is a histologic diagnosis, based on three essential criteria: diffuse disease, presence of fibrosis, and replacement of normal architecture by abnormal nodules B. Cirrhosis is a reversible process C. Morphologicaly liver cirrhosis can be devided into two groups: macronodular (>3 mm) and micronodular (<3 mm) D. Clinicaly cirrhosis is classified to two stages: compensated and decompensated E. Laboratory tests are performed to establish the etiology of liver cirrhosis 166. To determine the etiology of liver cirrhosis laboratory test should be performed. Which tests will be positive or increased in case of cholestatic liver cirrhosis? Choose correct combination: 1. Alcohol screening; 2. Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase; 3. ALT is greater than AST; 4. AST is greater than ALT; 5. Viral serology (HBV, HCV); 6. Alkaline phosphatase. 167. To determine the etiology of liver cirrhosis laboratory test should be performed. Which tests will be positive or increased in case of alcohol liver cirrhosis? Choose correct combination: 1. Alcohol screening; 2. Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase; 3. ALT is greater than AST; 4. AST is greater than ALT; 5. Viral serology (HBV, HCV); 6. Alkaline phosphatase. 168. To determine the etiology of liver cirrhosis laboratory test should be performed. Which tests will be positive or increased in case of viral liver cirrhosis? Choose correct combination: 1. Alcohol screening; 2. Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase; 3. ALT is greater than AST; 4. AST is greater than ALT; 5. Viral serology (HBV, HCV); 6. Alkaline phosphatase. 32
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169. *In 50-year-old patient., suffering from Budd-Chiari`s syndrome, appeared progressive pain in right subcostal area, jaundice, varicose veins of the esophagus, rectum, abdominal wall, ascites, splenomegaly. Liver cirrhosis was diagnosed. What was the mechanism of liver cirrhosis development? A. Cholestatic hepatitis B. Portal hypertension C. Autoimmune hepatitis D. Toxic hepatitis E. Viral hepatitis 170. *In patient M. for a long time suffering from liver cirrhosis, recently appeared complaints for moderate pain in the epigastric area, constant bloating, which aggravated after eating. Objective: caput medusae on abdominal wall, signs of free fluid in the abdominal cavity, enlarged liver and spleen. US: expansion of portal vein, increased liver and spleen. Which complication of liver cirrhosis we can think about?
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