INactive hydatid cyst

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Q According to WHO-IWGE ultrasonographic classification for Hydatid cyst, inactive cysts belong to which group
a) Group I
b)  Group 2
c) Group 3
d) Group 4

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Answer: C
Reference Bailey and love 27th edition page number 64

WHO Informal Working Group on Echinococcosis (WHO-IWGE) classification
Group 1: Active group – cysts larger than 2 cm and often fertile.
Group 2: Transition group – cysts starting to degenerate and entering a transitional stage because of host resistance or treatment, but may contain viable protoscolices.
Group 3: Inactive group – degenerated, partially or totally calcified cysts; unlikely to contain viable protoscolices.

Biliary fistula in Hydatid cyst liver

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Q) Which is not true in terms of biliary fistula in  hydatid cyst liver

a) Cyst diameter more than 10 cm is a predictor of intrabiliary rupture

b) Minor communications are revealed by post op bile leak

c) Major biliary communication is fistula more than 5 mm or communication in the bile duct

d) Major biliary communication is seen in 15-20%

Budd chiari syndrome

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Q  BCS true is

a) Hepatic venography needed for diagnosis

b) Triad of pain hepatomegaly and jaundice

c) Mesocaval graft thrombosis precludes liver transplant

d) In IVC  stenosis, splenorenal shunt can be used