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Question category: Gastroenterology

A 55 year old patient has chronic liver disease secondary to alcohol and hepatitis C infection. He presents with decompensated liver disease with increasing ascites. There is no evidence of GI bleeding. His AFP is normal. An ultrasound shows a focal lesion within the liver. What is the most likely reason for this decompensation?

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