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what causes liver disease?

A: liver disease has many possible causes. Some of these causes include birth defects, inherited conditions, hepatitis viruses, malnutrition, excessive consumption of alcohol, environmental toxins, injury, and certain medications. Only a doctor can determine the likely cause of a specific liver condition....


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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 causes liver cancer?

A: i think it is caused because of excessive use of acohol this is so written in my book Bunches of things. Unless she was a serious alcoholic by the time she was 6 chances that is not the cause. But in case, Try Vitamin C therapy. A few years ago a cancer specialist came out with a paper that said the best cancer/infection fighter found to date was Interferon. At the time it was $15,000 a gram. The paper also said that Interferon was a by-product of the natural breakdown of Vitamin C in your body. Shortly after that the FDA tried to make Vitamin C by prescription only. Guess why? The FDA has the RDA for Vitamin C set at 64 mg a day, just enough to ward off scurvy. Linus Pauling, who got a Nobel Prize for his work with Vitamin C and a second Nobel Prize for Organic Chemistry, said that 1000...


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what causes liver Inflammation?

A: There are many possible causes. The most common ones include alcohol or drug abuse, poisoning, or some form of liver disease. liver inflammation can be caused by viral infections also by increase alcohol intake. Besides this ceratain drugs and chemicals can also cause liver inflammation. The degree of liver damage depends on what dosage of drug or chemical is ingested....


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what causes liver Inflammation?

A: There are many possible causes. The most common ones include alcohol or drug abuse, poisoning, or some form of liver disease. liver inflammation can be caused by viral infections also by increase alcohol intake. Besides this ceratain drugs and chemicals can also cause liver inflammation. The degree of liver damage depends on what dosage of drug or chemical is ingested....


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what causes liver Lesions?

A: The liver is a vital organ that plays an important part in the digestive process. It can be affected by a number of diseases and conditions. Lesions, damaged areas on the liver, can be classified as either benign or cancerous. Benign lesions can be the result of hemangiomas and focal nodular hyperplasia, among other conditions. Cancerous lesions are the result of the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells in and on the liver.. Doctors suspect that focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) may be caused by a defect in the way the veins and arteries are formed within the liver. This is the second most common type of liver lesion. They may be present for years without causing any...


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what cause liver to become inflamed?

A: Hi, Inflammation of the liver can be due to certain medications or excessive alcohol use. Ibuprofen and Tylenol, if used in excess can cause inflammation of the liver. Alcohol used in excess for an extended period of time can cause what is referred to as cirrhosis of the liver. There are genetic abnormalities as well....
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what causes gallbladder disease?

A: Gallbladder disease has two major conditions: gallstones or Cholelithiasis (inflammation of the gallbladder wall and nearby abdominal lining). Gallstones form when bile, stored in the gallbladder, hardens, becoming stone-like. A slowing of gallbladder emptying and an excessive amount of cholesterol, bilirubin (bile pigment), or bile salts in the bloodstream may result in gallstones. There are two types of gallstones: cholesterol stones, which comprise about 80% of all gallstones, and pigment stones. Gallstones are a risk factor for gallbladder cancer and cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer), which are rare but are increasing in frequency. This increase may be due to a rise in obesity rates, a risk factor for gallstones. If a gallstone obstructs a bile duct, it can lead to a...
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what causes liver function to be high

A: There are any number of things that can cause an increase in liver function: alcohol consumption medication toxification, chemical exposure to things like carbon tetrachloride(as an example) viral infections biliary obstruction hereditary conditions, auto immune disease metabolic problems and several others This will require further testing and blood work most likely to determine the exact cause.. If you are an avid drinker or are on certain medications, be sure your doctor is aware of this....
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what causes liver lesion?

A: what causes liver lesions? Alcoholism or and related diseases, or internal injury...


 
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