A 50 YEARS OLD MAN WITH CIRRHOSIS HEPATIS DEKOMPENSATA : CASE REPORT

Rizki Putra Sanjaya

Abstract


Cirrhosis hepatis (SH) is a chronic liver disease characterized by irreversible fibrosis, lobular structure and vascular disorganization, as well as regenerative nodules of hepatocytes. Cirrhosis worldwide ranks seventh leading cause of death. Approximately 25,000 people die each year from the disease. Mr. A 50-year, present with abdominal bloating, since 1 week ago. Past medical history of patients suffering from hepatitis B and 6 months ago. Family history of the patient's father died of hepatitis B. Physical examination: blood pressure: 110/80 mmHg; frequency. pulse: 72 x / min; frequency. breath: 24 x / min; Conjunctival pallor, convex belly, ascites, palmar erythema, edema of the legs, Hb 9.7 g / dL, albumin: 2.1 g / dl Globulin: 4.9 g / dl, HBsAg: positive. Patients diagnosed with decompensated cirrhosis hepatis ec Hepatitis B viral. Definitive treatment in patients with decompensated SH is a liver transplant. If not then palliative treatment to relieve symptoms and reduce morbidity.

Keywords: case report, cirrhosis hepatis, dekompensata

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