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Liver & GIT

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A 20 year old male has presented with repeated episodes of hematemesis. There is no history of jaundice or liver decompensation. On examination there significant findings include splenomegaly (8 cms below costal margin), and presence of esophageal varices. There is no ascites or peptic ulceration. The liver function tests are normal. The most likely diagnosis is

A Extrahepatic portal venous obstruction

B Non cirrhotic portal fibrosis

C Cirrhosis

D Hepatic venous outflow tract obstruction

Ans. B Non cirrhotic portal fibrosis