Liver Cirrhosis

Cirrhosis is a late stage of liver scarring (fibrosis) brought on by a variety of liver disorders and conditions, including  chronic alcoholism and hepatitis. Cirrhosis develops because of hepatotoxicity. Your liver strives to heal itself after each injury. Scar tissue is created during the process. Cirrhosis makes it more challenging for the liver to function as more scar tissue develops. Cirrhosis develops because of liver injury. Your liver strives to heal itself after each injury. Scar tissue is generated during the process. Ever more scar tissue develops as cirrhosis progresses, impairing the liver's ability to function. Symptoms of this impairment include ascites (abdominal fluid buildup), hepatic encephalopathy, testicular atrophy in men, and breast enlargement in men. Additionally, cirrhosis might result in spleen enlargement and portal hypertension splenomegaly).

 

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