Clinicopathological Conference∗

December 1958
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec1958, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p624
Academic Journal
Presents the views of several physicians on the case of a Caucasian spinster who complain of abdominal pain and swelling of five years' duration. Health history of the patient; Tests to be conducted in the anicteric patient with hepatomegaly and portal hypertension but normal liver function; Implication of the failure of jaundice to appear at any time after a hemorrhage to cirrhotic liver disease; Result of the combination of carcinoma and hepatomegaly; Clinical diagnosis of the disease.


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