Q) True about management of hemangioma liver
a) All hemangioma more than 10 cm should be resected
b) OCPs and pregnancy should be avoided in young females as there is risk of rupture
c) Arterial embolization should be routinely done in large hemangiomas
d) If surgery is decided hemangioma located at the periphery should be enucleated
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Q) A 50 year old lady with right renal cell carcinoma presents with acute pain in right upper abdomen. She has acute tenderness in right upper abdomen with palpable edge of liver.
She is afebrile and has normal liver functions and normal TLC. CECT Abdomen shows extensive web of collterals in the liver. What is the next step in management.
b) Beta blockers
c) Tissue plasminogen activator followed with anticoagulation
d) ERCP and stenting