After 20 to 30 years of hepatitis C
infection, cirrhosis ( scarring of the liver tissue ) may occur.
report of heterogenous parenchyma is suggesting that you have developed cirrohsis of liver along with dilatation of portal vein.
Scarring in your liver makes it difficult for your liver to function.
A small number of people with hepatitis C infection may develop liver cancer
Ascites is a major complication of cirrhosis.
The development of ascites is an important landmark in the natural history of cirrhosis as it is associated with a 50% mortality over two years,and signifies the need to consider liver transplantation
as a therapeutic option.
You must consult a gastroenterologist
surgeon and prepare for liver transplant.