Case of the Month: April 2013

Submitted by Joseph Miller, MD, and Thomas J. Learch, MD

History: 32 year old female presents with pelvic pain and fullness. She states that her pain has been intermittent and unrelated to her periods, which have been normal. Transabdominal ultrasound reveals the following:

For full-size images, please click Transabdominal US 1 and Transabdominal US 2 .




Question: What are the pertinent findings?
A) Hepatomegaly
B) Adnexal mass
C) Portal hypertension
D) Ascites


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