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Cirrhosis

Also called: Liver Cirrhosis

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After being diagnosed with cirrhosis, the development of a fever can be a sign of liver complications and should be medically assessed. Your...
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I am sorry for your sister's decision. Unfortunately she has chosen alcohol over life.I  am not a doctor; medical advice should always...
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Not all cases of cirrhosis are the same, so this very difficult question is best addressed to your mother's doctor -- someone who knows your...
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 A fatty liver is just what the name implies; it is a liver with excess fat content (all liver contain some fat). Sometimes the symptoms of...
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No...they are two different types of liver disease. Here is a good resource for you: http://www.liverfoundation.org/abouttheliver/info/cirrhosis/
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In most cases, cirrhosis causes liver cancer. You'll see best what I mean by my defining some terms as listed below in my five (5)...
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Visit him as soon as you can. It is not really possible to accurately guess anyone's life expectancy, especially someone that I do not know as a...
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Cirrhosis of the liver is irreversible. Cirrhosis of the liver generally shortens life expectancy… sometimes greatly. There are 4 stages of liver...
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Go to your Physician immediately upon suspicion of pneumonia
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Cirrhosis is a serious degenerative disease that occurs when healthy cells in the liver are damaged and replaced by scar tissue, usually as a result...
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Cirrhosis occurs as the result of long-term injury to the liver. Possible causes include viruses, genetic deficiencies, prolonged obstruction of bile...
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Samsca should be used in patients with cirrhosis only when the need to treat outweighs the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding. In patients with...
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Patients with cirrhosis may have few or no symptoms and signs of liver disease. Some of the symptoms may be nonspecific; that is, they don't suggest...
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