cirrhosis of the liver


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Synonyms for cirrhosis of the liver

a chronic disease interfering with the normal functioning of the liver

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If you have cirrhosis of the liver you'll be advised to stop drinking.
Professor Barrett also revealed how he had seen a child developing cirrhosis of the liver.
determining the object and the size or scope of the contract: The contract is the supply of medicines to health programs (drug) treatment of chronic hepatitis B and C patients with cirrhosis of the liver - bezinterferonowa therapy, the drug under the National Health Fund for 2016.
Monsour said that one drink a day might be too much for a woman who has a genetic pre-disposition to cirrhosis of the liver.
A TEESSIDE man died in hospital of alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver and heart disease despite efforts to save him, a Middlesbrough inquest heard.
Dr Abdullah cited the different types of viruses that can infect the liver such as Hepatitis A, B and C, which transmits through the blood and causes cirrhosis of the liver or even cancer.
In 2006, he announced he was seeking treatment for alcoholism and was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver.
One study will investigate the use of Cytori's cell therapy as a treatment for ischemic heart failure and the other as a treatment for cirrhosis of the liver.
The virus, if left untreated, can cause cirrhosis of the liver, liver cancer, and death.
Half the recruits for the study will have cirrhosis of the liver and the other half, the control group, will have been heavy drinkers for 10 years but be free of liver disease.
They claim that transmission of the virus through donated blood that was not screened for the virus as well as infection through other routes has led to an increase in cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer.
Alcohol is fuelling a rise in death rates from liver disease and cirrhosis of the liver, while obesity is also thought to be playing a part.
Alcohol is fuelling a rise in death rates from liver disease and cirrhosis of the liver while obesity is also thought to be playing a part.
Regularly drinking more than the recommended amount can increase your risk of mouth, throat and stomach cancers, high blood pressure, serious heart problems and cirrhosis of the liver.