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The ligamentum venosum are fibrous remnants that travel between the porta hepatis, the liver, and the inferior vena cava. These remnants are usually obliterated when a person reaches adulthood.
The caudet lobe or lobule of spiegel is an independent part of our liver, which is supplied by...
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Alcoholic Cirrhosis is a condition of the liver that is caused by chronic alcoholism. This is the most common type of cirrhosis of the liver. This type of disease is characterized by scar tissue surrounding the portal areas. This disease is the most advanced part of a progression of liver...Read More

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It is a fact that the liver is damaged by long-term abuse of alcohol; that is, not the alcohol itself when a small amount is drunk, but the excess of regular absorption of multiple drinks a day. This excess of alcohol causes scarring of the liver, and a condition called cirrhosis, where scar...Read More

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Early signs of liver cancer are likely to centre around digestive problems such as feelings of nausea, going off your food, indigestion and/or vomiting. A loss of weight without any attempt to reduce food intake is a telling sign. Fatigue may accompany other symptoms. There could be other...Read More

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Keeping your liver healthy is not really different from keeping yourself healthy altogether. managing weight, engaging in exercise, including enough vegetable and fruit, all these are important. Vegetables are particularly important for liver function. There are also cleansing agents such...Read More

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Clearly, an operation where your liver is removed and replaced by a healthy liver, is major surgery and a very serious situation. However, if there are no additional complications, around 75% of people survive the operation and live for another five years or so. Sometimes the transplanted liver...Read More

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I think it may not be too long before artificial livers are available to surgeons. There has been great difficulty in hepatic disease. There have been several approaches to the problem, mostly bio-engineering or cell implantation After all, a patient cannot live without a liver while awairing...Read More

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There is a rare genetic disease that is inheritable, that causes liver cancer but it is very rare. Far more commonly, cirrhosis of the liver, scarring of the tissues, that is, is caused by alcohol excess and allows primary liver cancer to develop. Death can occurr in even quite young people who...Read More

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Fruit and vegetables - more than five portions a day - is a safe bet. More specifically, leafy green vegetables, beetroot and carrot hold healthful vitamins. Grapefruit, garlic and green tea all help to cleanse the liver. The liver becomes overworked and overloaded when we eat too many pr...Read More

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