Caput medusae sign - portal hypertension
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Mild modularity of the liver parenchyma without an obvious mass. The portal vein and its main branches are dilated. Distended and engorged veins in the at anterior mid line abdominal wall, which are seen radiating from the abdominal wall across the abdomen to join the systemic veins (Caput medusae sign) indicative of portal hypertension.
Splenomegaly. Small volume ascites.
The intra- and extrahepatic bile ducts are of normal caliber. The gallbladder is of normal volume containing an 11mm stone.