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How To Recognize the Symptoms of liver disease

A: The liver, which is located in upper right portion of the abdomen, works to remove toxins, helps in metabolism, and produces bile that aids in the digestion process. When the liver is damaged and diseased, all these functions are compromised, which can result in serious and life-threatening conditions. The most common liver diseases are hepatitis, cirrhosis, and Gilbertís syndrome. Hepatitis involves an inflamed liver and is commonly caused by virus. Cirrhosis is the formation of fibrous tissue in the liver, while Gilbertís syndrome is an abnormal buildup of bilirubin, the yellowish product of the red blood cells....


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How Common Is liver disease In Dogs?

A: liver disease is quite common in dogs, especially in older dogs, and is often caused by the many toxins and medications to which dogs are exposed in day-to-day life. Canine liver disease is fairly common in older dogs. The causes are varied and many. Some symptoms are weight loss, decreased appetite, pale gums and sometimes a distended abdomen. Some causes are a genetic tendancy, poiisoning, and poor diet. liver disease happens for different reasons - genetics, health, or other contributing health problems. Your vet would be able to help you determine if your dog is at risk. liver disease is...


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Test results indicating liver disease

A: It seems that the tests you have made and mention in your letter are not enough to make a conclusion about the specific diagnosis of any liver disease, although those tests are indicating higher results than normal. Bilirubin, ALT, AST, GGT, total protein, albumin test, and auto-antibodies are used to detect diseases of the liver and bile duct. Another test that is seriously increased is your iron test higher too 874.2. Excess of iron level over 170 mcg/dl , must be completed with other examinations such as TIBC and serum ferritin measurement. Also, there are more specific tests like genetic testing and examination of a liver biopsy specimen. In this case, you might...


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liver disease, medications or mental problem?

A: Hello. It seems you are going through some tough times. But I hope you will recover soon. There are specific criteria for diagnosing Schizophrenia. In addition to that, you also need to know what type of Schizophrenia is diagnosed. Delusions are commonly associated with schizophrenia. It would be interesting to know if you have auditory or visual hallucinations. While auditory hallucinations are commonly encountered in schizophrenia, visual hallucinations more often hint towards a medical condition leading to psychosis. I am not in a position to comment upon your liver disease. Your physician should be able to diagnose it for you. Risperidone is not known to ''cause'' hallucination. Please consult a Neurologist to rule out any other...


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Fatty liver Diet - Foods To Eat To Treat Fatty liver disease Naturally At Home!

A: The fatty liver disease is a condition in which lipid deposition occurs in the liver cells mainly in the form of triglycerides. Basically, if the liver contains at least 10 percent fat, then the individual is suffering from fatty liver disease. The condition is the most common liver disease in the Western world because of lifestyle and nutrition. It occurs mainly in obese individuals and is also associated with alcohol abuse, diabetes mellitus, elevated blood lipids, hepatitis C, bariatric surgery and the use of medications such as cortisone and estrogen, which is a rather rare side-effect....


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Symptoms for liver disease

A: Yes, jaundice is one of the earliest signs of liver disease and it could be a very serious problem. liver diseases are usually caused due to excessive alcohol consumption and the liver will be unable to deal with the load. In such a case it can lead to jaundice and cirrhosis of the liver as well. Jaundice is a serious condition that can lead to death if it is left untreated. People with jaundice will have a yellowish tinge of skin and their urine will dark brown in color. Loss of appetite and pain in the left side of the stomach is also a sign of jaundice. Hey Deergha, Yeah it can be one of the symptom. Jaundice occurs when there is 1)...


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How To Recognize liver disease

A: The liver is known as one of the largest organs in the body. It is a vital organ that is important in performing a variety of functions. The liver is responsible for immunization, nutrition, growth and reproduction. If there is something wrong with your liver, it could disrupt these processes and the effects on your body could be dangerous. It is important that you keep your liver healthy all the time. This is why you have to always make sure that your liver is working properly. Below are several symptoms of liver disease. Check for skin discoloration. Jaundice is a primary sign that an individual is suffering from...


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What are signs and symptoms of liver disease?

A: liver disease comes in different forms. For example, a viral infection with any of the hepatitis viruses may cause liver disease. Excessive drinking of alcohol may cause liver disease. Toxicity from ingested or even inhaled poisons may cause liver disease. Finally, just eating a poor diet may cause liver disease. Signs of all these conditions include elevated liver enzymes, elevated serum bilirubin, enlarged liver, and even jaundice (yellowing of the skin). Symptoms of all these conditions...


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What Is liver disease?

A: liver disease refers to any number of conditions that can lead to liver inflammation and tissue damage, and it can also lead to a loss of liver function. The liver is a vital organ that is located on the upper right side of the abdomen. This organ is the size of a football and it weighs about two or three pounds. Some of the vital functions that this organ performs for the body include the following: converting nutrients that come from food consumption into vital blood components, storing vitamins and minerals, regulating blood clotting, producing proteins and enzymes, maintaining hormonal balances, and metabolizing and detoxifying harmful substances in the body. ...


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What Are The Symptoms Of liver disease In Parrots?

A: The symptoms are rather similar to humans, over weight parrots face a greater threat to liver disease. A long beak is actually a sign of poor nutrition and lead to breathing difficulties. Diets of mostly seeds contain lots of fat. This can end up with fat in the liver and eventually kill the liver tissue. Overgrown beaks can indicate liver disease as can breathing difficulties, diarrhea, being overweight, losing weight rapidly, fluffiness, and seizures. Parrots in captivity do not need have the needs wild ones do and should have appropriate diet. An overweight parrot faces a greater instance of suffering from liver

 
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