Non alcoholic steatohepatitis seen in pgi june 05 a

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NON-ALCOHOLIC STEATOHEPATITIS SEEN IN- (PGI JUNE 05) A) DM B) OBESITY C) IHD D) GALL STONE E) HYPERTRIGLYCERIDEMIA A,B,E 72
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NORMAL PORTAL VENOUS PRESSURE IS - (AI94) A) 3-5 CM SALINE B) 5-10 CM SALINE C) 10-15 CM SALINE D) 15-20 CM SALIN 73
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NORMAL PORTAL VENOUS PRESSURE IS - (AI94) A) 3-5 MM SALINE B) 5-10 MM SALINE C) 10-15 MM SALINE D) 15-20 MM SALINE C 75
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IN PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER THE SITE OF OBSTRUCTION IN THE PORTAL SYSTEM IS IN THE - (AI 04) A) HEPATIC VEIN B) POST SINUSOIDAL C) EXTRA HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN D) SINUSOIDS 76
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IN PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER THE SITE OF OBSTRUCTION IN THE PORTAL SYSTEM IS IN THE - (AI 04) A) HEPATIC VEIN B) POST SINUSOIDAL C) EXTRA HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN D) SINUSOIDS D CIRRHOSIS IS THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF PORTAL HYPERTENSION IN THE UNITED STATES . PORTAL VEIN OBSTRUCTION IS THE SECOND MOST COMMON CAUSE 78
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Q- ETIOLOGY OF CIRRHOSIS MICRONODULAR CIRRHOSIS IS COMMONLY SEEN IN ALL EXCEPT - (AIIMS NOV 07) A) CHRONIC HEPATITIS B B) ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE C) HEMOCHROMATOSIS D) CHRONIC EXTRAHEPATIC BILIARY OBSTRUCTION 79
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CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER IS A PATHOLOGICAL ENTITY WHICH CLINICALLY REPRESENTS THE END STAGE OF CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE. IT IS CHARACTERIZED BY THREE FEATURES :- I) BRIDGING FIBROUS SEPTAE IN THE FORM OF DELICATE BANDS OR BROAD SCARS LINKING PORTAL TRACTS WITH ONE ANOTHER AND PORTAL TRACTS WITH TERMINAL HEPATIC VEINS. II) PARENCHYMAL NODULES III) DISRUPTION OF ARCHITECTURE OF THE ENTIRE LIVER. 80
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ALSO REMEMBER THESE :- ALCHOLIC CIRRHOSIS IS TYPICALLY MICRONODULAR, BUT CAN BECOME MACRONODULAR IN LATER STAGES. VIRAL CIRRHOSIS IS TYPICALLY MACRONODULAR. CIRRHOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH VIRUS IS CALLED POSTNECROTIC CIRRHOSIS. POSTNECROTIC CIRRHOSIS IS ALSO CALLED POST HEPATITIS CIRRHOSIS MACRONODULAR CIRRHOSIS AND COARSELY NODULAR CIRRHOSIS. 82
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CIRRHOSIS IN HEMOCHROMATOSIS IS TYPICALLY MICRONODULAR (CAN BE MACRONODULAR SOMETIMES). WILSON’S DISEASE CAUSES MACRONODULAR CIRRHOSIS. BILIARY CIRRHOSIS WHETHER PRIMARY OR SECONDARY IS MICRONODULAR 83
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Q- ETIOLOGY OF CIRRHOSIS MICRONODULAR CIRRHOSIS IS COMMONLY SEEN IN ALL EXCEPT - (AIIMS NOV 07) A) CHRONIC HEPATITIS B B) ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE C) HEMOCHROMATOSIS D) CHRONIC EXTRAHEPATIC BILIARY OBSTRUCTION A 84
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Q- CIRRHOSIS C/F SIGNS OF CHRONIC LIVER FAILURE ARE ALL EXCEPT - A) SUBCUTANEOUS NODULES (NEET/DNB PATTERN) B) PALMER ERYTHEMA C) SPIDER NEVI D) TESTICULAR ATROPY 85
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COMMON PHYSICAL FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS : ABDOMINAL WALL VASCULAR COLLATERALS (CAPUT MEDUSSAE ASCITES ASTERIX CLUBBING AND HYPERTROPHIC OSTEOARTHROPATHY ANOREXIA, FATIGUE, WEAKNESS AND WEIGHT LOSS CRUVEILHIER - BAUMGARTEN MURMUR - A VENOUS HUM IN PATIENTS WITH PORTAL HYPERTENSION DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTARE FETOR HEPATICUS • GYNECOMASTIA 87
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HEPATOMEGALY JAUNDICE KAYSER - FLESCHER RING - BROWN GREEN RING OF COPPER DEPOSIT AROUND CORNEA.
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  • Winter '16
  • jean grey
  • chronic hepatitis, chronic liver failure

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