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mari123
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Jul 24, 2021
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difference various types of liver disease What should I know?

Hepatic disease is a disease caused by injury to the liver. or permanent scarring until it causes fibrosis in the liver causing the performance to deteriorate and adversely affect the overall health of the body There are many different types of liver disease and they are caused by different causes. This article will take everyone to get acquainted with Different types of liver disease

- various types of liver diseases Classified according to the cause of the disease
- Hepatitis
- liver disease caused by alcohol
- Liver disease caused by poisoning or food poisoning
- Liver disease caused by hyperlipidemia (Dyslipidemia), which changes the way the liver works.
- Liver disease caused by liver cancer

various types of liver disease
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A is one of the types of liver disease. It is caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV). The disease can be spread through food or drinking water contaminated with infected sewage. in general Hepatitis A can be acquired by the following factors:

- Received food from a person infected with Hepatitis A which may be exposed to urine after going to the toilet and did not wash his hands
- having anal or oral sex with people with hepatitis A virus
- Do not wash your hands after changing diapers.
- Drink water contaminated with hepatitis virus.

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is one of the types of liver disease. It is caused by a liver virus.
Hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis B virus It can be spread through contact with blood. or sperm of an infected person In addition, hepatitis B infection in pregnant women can also infect the unborn baby.

If you have hepatitis B virus (HBV), you may develop a fever. But in some cases, there are no symptoms. A blood test is a surefire way to determine if you have hepatitis B or not. which usually
Patients can recover from hepatitis B in a few months. But if symptoms do not improve It could be chronic hepatitis B. The disease persists throughout life. Chronic hepatitis B can also lead to liver ulcers. liver damage Including the occurrence of liver cancer as well.

jaundice
Jaundice is a condition in which the skin and whites of a patient's eyes turn yellow. Bilirubin is the yellow chemical found in hemoglobin. which serves to transport oxygen in the body's red blood cells When there is too much bilirubin will cause jaundice and when red blood cells break down The body will produce new cells to replace the old cells produced by the liver.

Some healthy new born babies However, jaundice can occur in people of any age. And it could be a sign of liver problems. Jaundice can be caused by a number of factors, including:

- Sick of a blood disease
- suffering from a genetic disease
- Patients with liver disease such as hepatitis or cirrhosis, etc.
- Clogged bile duct
- have signs of infection

cirrhosis
Cirrhosis causes scarring in the liver. by scars in the liver It can occur from both injuries and from cirrhosis. The scarred liver can no longer function normally. for example protein building Helping fight infections blood cleaning digestive aid and store energy Cirrhosis can also lead to the following symptoms:

- nosebleed
- Swelling in the abdomen or legs
- The body is more susceptible to taking medications.
- have high blood pressure in the blood vessels of the liver
- Dilation of blood vessels in the esophagus and stomach
- kidney failure

iron overload
Iron is a mineral found in many foods. The human body absorbs about 10% of the iron from the food we eat. People suffering from iron overload. It is usually caused by excess iron intake. The body does not have a natural way to excrete iron. Therefore, iron must be stored in the tissues of the body. especially in the liver, heart and pancreas

Iron overload is a genetic disease. which occurs as a result of the body producing too much iron Too much iron damages internal organs. if left untreated The disease will cause the body's organs to deteriorate gradually. over time

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Jul 24, 2021
3:07 AM
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