Liver Fibrosis

Fibrosis, also known as fibrotic scarring, is a pathological wound healing in which connective tissue replaces normal parenchymal tissue to the extent that it goes unchecked, leading to considerable tissue remodeling and the formation of permanent scar tissue.

When fibroblasts unintentionally produce an excessive amount of extracellular matrix components, like collagen, they can cause fibrosis, which results in a permanent fibrotic scar. This condition is common in people who sustain repeated injuries, chronic inflammation, and need to repair them.

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