40 years old male with abnormal liver function and huge splenomegaly.
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Dilated PV as well as lower esophageal, splenic hilar and lieno renal portosystemic collaterals.
Minimal right side pleural effusion.
40 years old male patient with hepatitis C virus infection manifests with altered liver function, hepatocellular jaundice and hugely enlarged spleen.
Triphasic CT of the abdomen shows dilated caliber of the PV with no thrombosis, multiple Porto-systemic collateral pathways, Splenomegaly as well as abdominal Ascites all of the forementioned criteria favors the diagnosis of Portal hypertension.