- PACES station 1 abdomen
- PACES station 1 respiratory
- PACES station 2 history taking skills
- PACES station 3 cardiovascular
- PACES station 3 neurology
- PACES station 4 communication skill and ethics
- PACES station 5 (new station 5)
- PACES station 5 endocrinology
- PACES station 5 Fundus
- PACES station 5 rheumatology
- PACES station 5 skin
- record of PACES experience
Monday, 2 June 2008
what is the name of this scar?
what are the indication for liver transplant?
what is the most likely aetiology in this patient?
Any patient with documented fulminant hepatic failure, decompensated cirrhosis, or hepatocellular carcinoma within defined criteria (no single lesion greater than 5 cm or no more than three lesions, the largest ≤3 cm) is a potential candidate for liver transplantation.
Any patient with one of the defined complications of end-stage liver disease (eg ascites, variceal bleeding, encephalopathy or hepatocellular carcinoma) and/or a MELD score of 10 should be considered for referral to a transplant center.
BSG guidelines for liver transplant, click here
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