A 14-year-old boy presenting with gradual abdominal distension and occasional abdominal pain for 2 years
Keywords:Abdominal distension, Budd-Chiari syndrome, Hepatomegaly, Pain, Spleen, Thrombophilia
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A 14-year-old boy, 4th issue of his non-consanguineous parents got admitted in the Department with the complaints of gradual abdominal distension and occasional abdominal pain since two years of his age. There was no history of jaundice, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, fever, contact with a known case of tuberculosis patient or family history of such type of illness. On examination, he was alert, anicteric, no facial dysmorphism, vitally stable, no stigmata of chronic liver disease and anthropometrically well thrived.