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The initial symptoms (the clinical presentations) of liver cancer are variable. It is becoming much more common for patients to be identified by...
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The liver is a vital organ that has many functions. These include a role in the immune system, production of clotting factors, producing bile for...
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In most cases, a slightly enlarged liver causes no symptoms. However, if your liver becomes severely enlarged, you may have: A feeling of fullness...
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Patients with mild liver disease may have few or no symptoms or signs. Patients with more serious disease develop symptoms and signs that may be...
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Most of the time, people with polycystic liver disease haveno symptoms. However, if the liver becomes enlarged and riddled with cysts,symptoms may...
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The signs and symptoms of liver failure may includejaundice, a condition that causes yellowing of the skin and the whites of the...
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Three clinical stages (phases) of acetaminophen-induced liver injury have been described. During the first phase, that is, the initial 12 to 24 hours...
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About 75% of people have no symptoms when they first acquire hepatitis C infection. The remaining 25% may complain of fatigue, loss of appetite...
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I am sorry for the illness of your brother-in-law.  I do not know his medical history and I am not a doctor, but I’ll try to provide you with...
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At 16 years of age, or at any age, waiting for a diagnosis related to liver symptoms is upsetting and scary. Liver...
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Some common causes for your three noted symptoms viewed in a collective manner may include: Crohns Disease, Hypothyroidism, Kidney Disorder...
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Polycystic liver disease (PLD or PCLD) is a rare condition that causes cysts -- fluid-filled sacs -- to grow throughout the liver. A normal liver has...
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There are usually no signs when Intraocular Melanoma has metastasized to the liver. Fortunately, Intraocular Melanoma does not usually metastasize to...
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The most important treatment for drug-induced liver disease is stopping the drug that is causing the liver disease. In most patients, signs and...
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The diagnosis of drug-induced liver diseases often is difficult. Patients may not have symptoms of liver disease or may have only mild, nonspecific...