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Portal hypertension: Quiz


Question 1: due to Wilson's disease, ________, or congenital fibrosis).
Elevated alkaline phosphataseSpherocytosisHFE hereditary hemochromatosisIron overload

Question 2: Splenomegaly (enlargement of the spleen) with consequent sequestration therein of red blood cells, white blood cells, and ________, together leading to mild pancytopenia
PlateletFibrinolysisBlood plasmaCoagulation

Question 3: abdomen (May-Thurner syndrome, Portal vein thrombosis, ________, Renal vein thrombosis)
Portal hypertensionHepatic veno-occlusive diseaseEsophageal varicesBudd-Chiari syndrome

Question 4: In medicine, portal hypertension is ________ (high blood pressure) in the portal vein and its tributaries.
AtherosclerosisAortic dissectionHypertensionEssential hypertension

Question 5: head (________)
Cerebral aneurysmCarotid artery stenosisCerebral venous sinus thrombosisVascular disease

Question 6: Intrahepatic causes include ________, and hepatic fibrosis (e.g.
Hepatorenal syndromeHepatitisAcute liver failureCirrhosis

Question 7: ________ (free fluid in the peritoneal cavity)[1]
HaemobiliaGastrointestinal bleedingHemoperitoneumAscites

Question 8: primarily lower limb (________)
Pulmonary embolismBudd-Chiari syndromeDeep vein thrombosisCerebral venous sinus thrombosis


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