Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms



Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

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Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

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Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

Liver Cirrhosis is a complicated state of liver characterized by replacement of liver tissue by
fibrosis
scar tissues
nodules that occur on regeneration of damaged tissues.

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

How can you recognize a person with liver cirrhosis?

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

Here are the symptoms that can tell you for certain that you are in front of a person with liver cirrhosis.

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding The Symptoms

jaundice or yellowing of the skin
fatigue or weakness, tremor
eating disorders
weight loss
itching
accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity
bleeding veins in oesophagus, the tube connecting throat to stomach
brain disorders
deterioration of kidney functions
development of large breasts in males
hepatic encephalopathy or confusion and coma that may be fatal
up and down jerking movements of the hands

There may be other symptoms we may not notice, like:
distended veins across the abdomen
vascular lesions
lack of clotting factors in the blood
liver cancer

All the above symptoms need not be present in every patient and absence of a few of these symptoms cannot rule out liver cirrhosis.

Liver Cirrhosis - Understanding the symptoms

Liver Cirrhosis is a complicated state of liver characterized by replacement of liver tissue by
fibrosis
scar tissues
nodules that occur on regeneration of damaged tissues.

How can you recognize a person with liver cirrhosis?

Here are the symptoms that can tell you for certain that you are in front of a person with liver cirrhosis.

jaundice or yellowing of the skin
fatigue or weakness, tremor
eating disorders
weight loss
itching
accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity
bleeding veins in oesophagus, the tube connecting throat to stomach
brain disorders
deterioration of kidney functions
development of large breasts in males
hepatic encephalopathy or confusion and coma that may be fatal
up and down jerking movements of the hands


There may be other symptoms we may not notice, like:
distended veins across the abdomen
vascular lesions
lack of clotting factors in the blood
liver cancer

All the above symptoms need not be present in every patient and absence of a few of these symptoms cannot rule out liver cirrhosis.

27 Responses

  1. Evan Levow

    This is a very detailed description of liver cirrhosis. I would think the
    time to develop this disease would vary between patients.

    Reply
  2. gina maharjan

    My coworkers laughed when I told them I was going to burn fat with “Lean
    Body Maximizer”, but then they saw the results. Go google “Lean Body
    Maximizer” to see their reaction.

    Reply
  3. Courtney Ann

    I’d imagine it would depend on how much and often the person drinks and
    their bodies ability to fight disease.

    Reply
  4. Shelley Ryan

    your clinical facts seem correct but WHY did you feel it necessary to put
    bottles of alcohol in front of this patient. I have autoimmune hepatitis
    and cirrhosis and it is not from alcohol. PLEASE!

    Reply
  5. getfitafter50

    Takes less drinking than you think it does. 3 cans of beer daily (average)
    over 10 years will do it. We are talking strong buzzing, not pass out
    drunk.

    Reply
    • getfitafter50

      +Michael Acosta It takes less drinking than one thinks, or at lest I
      thought, to eventually have a problem. I’ve cut back.

      Reply
    • Oakleaf700

      +Michael Acosta Consider yourself massively fortunate. Alcoholic liver
      damage is utterly miserable, and the people who have it become seriously
      ill. But you know what you should do…good luck with finding the desire to
      quit the toxin that is booze.

      Reply
    • getfitafter50

      +Ultrasquad Yeah, I know all that. It seems that people with Amerindian
      blood, like me, have a lower threshold.

      Reply
    • Oakleaf700

      +getfitafter50
      I am so sorry to write that the reason I saw this video was that my
      friend’s beloved sibling had Cirrhosis after drinking.. I wanted to see
      what the prognosis was.
      He was a youngish man.. 50 ish, and sadly he died on Sunday at friend’s
      home.
      She and the rest of the family are devastated.
      Alcohol….such a toxin.
      And legal! [taxes?]

      Reply
  6. Nate Johnson

    The liver can become sick with no alcohol consumption at all. NASH and
    NAFLD are two examples of such a condition. We do not fully understand why
    the liver may become sick, but the current thought is that it s probably
    genetic.

    Reply
  7. smithraymond09029

    The perils of working at 7-eleven and having so much easy access to so much
    beer. 

    Reply
  8. sportshistorybuff

    Is cirrhosis a generic term for any and all liver diseases, or is it one
    specific ailment of many that can damage the liver? Are there any causes
    of liver problems other than alcoholism, aside from physical injury?

    Reply
    • Fabiola Juárez

      +sportshistorybuff No, it is not a generic term for all liver diseases.
      Liver cirrhosis is an acute/chronic disease that does not have a cure. It
      can be caused by excessive alcohol intake, accumulation of fat in the
      liver, genetics or other causes. Physical injury happens at the cellular
      and molecular level.

      Reply
  9. 09809709879876678698A

    This is an amazing performance, was that he guy from Slumdog Millionaire?

    Reply

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