Author(s): Vrushali Sadashiv Rajgire1, Priti Devalkar2
PRESENTATION OF CASE
A 30-year-old female, 35 weeks of gestation, primigravida presented to emergency department with complaints of vomiting of blood and passage of dark tarry stools. She also complained of fatigue and weakness. She had similar episode 2 months back and diagnosed as splenic vein thrombosis with portal hypertension. That time, she was managed conservatively and discharged.