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Cirrhosis

Also called: Liver Cirrhosis

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Blood in stool is usually caused by anal fissures, hemorrhoids, polyps, sometimes colon cancer, or diverticulitis.  It isn't a known symptom...
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I can't think of a way that an aspiration would spread the growth itself.  Sure, if there is fluid inside the growth, a drop or two might...
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Hi Sounds like you are prepared, it would be hard for anybody to put a time scale on his life expectancy without tests being done, and you really do...
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I am sorry that your son is so sick. You and your son are best served by talking together with his hepatic doctor. That individual knows all factors...
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Hi This is from the www.britishlivertrust.org.uk should answer your question with nothing held back.Cirrhosis is the result of long-term...
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Hi I found this info at http://www.kirkeyecenter.com/patient-education/herpes-zoster-shingles-eye-infections/ read through it may just interest you...
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I will attempt to provide useful and candid information in this response to your question. Technically, the overall recovery may be...
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Often times with liver disease, like cirrhosis, edema or what is often referred to as ascites occurs which means fluid accumulates in the abdominal...
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No, falling down some stairs will not cause cirrhosis of the liver.But according to the US National Library of Medicine, National Institute of...
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It means that your liver is struggling to perform its duties according to your body's requirements (to regulate glycogen and filter toxins)...
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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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