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Liver Diseases

The liver is involved in many-body structures, including protein synthesis and blood clotting, as well as cholesterol, glucose (sugar), and iron metabolism. Liver disease can be passed down through hereditary or genetic. 

A variety of factors that potentially harm the liver, such as viruses, liquor use, and obesity, can also cause liver problems. Conditions that harm the liver over time can cause scarring, which can lead to liver failure, a potentially fatal scenario. However, early intervention may allow the liver to heal. 

Any disturbance in the liver feature that causes illness is referred to as a liver disease. The liver is in charge of many critical operations in the body and if it becomes ill or injured, the loss of those features can cause serious harm to the body. Hepatic disease is another name for liver disease.

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