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Cirrhosis - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
What is cirrhosis? Cirrhosis describes the process of irreversible scarring and fibrosis of the liver tissue. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Hundreds of thousands of current & future clinicians learn by Osmosis. We have unparalleled tools and materials to prepare you to succeed in school, on board exams, and as a future clinician. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways, and more when you follow us on social media: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Our Vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by Osmosis. Our Mission: To empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. Learn more here: http://osms.it/mission Medical disclaimer: Knowledge Diffusion Inc (DBA Osmosis) does not provide medical advice. Osmosis and the content available on Osmosis's properties (Osmosis.org, YouTube, and other channels) do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.
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Cryptogenic Cirrhosis - Cryptogenic Cirrhosis Treatment With Natural Home Remedies
Cirrhosis -- Cryptogenic Cirrhosis - Cryptogenic Cirrhosis Treatment With Natural Home Remedies -- Cryptogenic cirrhosis is a condition that impairs liver function. The liver is a part of the digestive system that helps break down food, store energy and remove waste products including toxins. In early stages of cryptogenic cirrhosis there are no symptoms. Main sign and symptoms of cryptogenic cirrhosis is like fatigue, weakness, loss of appetite, nausea, swelling and enlarged blood vessels. In this video we are going to discuss about the cryptogenic cirrhosis. If you like this video then share it with your friends on social media. Take care. Cryptogenic cirrhosis Cirrhosis of the liver Cryptogenic cirrhosis causes What is cryptogenic cirrhosis? Cryptogenic cirrhosis treatment Cryptogenic cirrhosis home remedies Natural home remedies for cryptogenic cirrhosis Natural treatment for cryptogenic cirrhosis Cirrhosis treatment Cirrhosis home remedies How to treat cryptogenic cirrhosis How to get rid of cryptogenic cirrhosis How to cure cryptogenic cirrhosis Home Remedies For Cryptogenic Cirrhosis:- 1. Papaya Seeds:- Papaya seeds are very useful for the liver. It helps in detoxification and improves the vital functions of the liver. Grind some dried or fresh papaya seeds and add 10 drops of lemon juice. Drink it twice a day for 1 month. 2. Eclipta:- The juice of eclipta leaves is mainly used for the diagnosis of cirrhosis of the liver. Mix 1 teaspoon of honey in 1 teaspoon juice of eclipta leaves. Consume this mixture 3 times a day for a month. 3. Schisandra:- Schisandra is mainly used in Chinese medicines to clean and protect the liver cells from further damage. You can take the Schisandra and Astragalus roots in supplement form. 4. Vitamin C:- Vitamin C prevents the fatty buildups and cirrhosis. It also protects the liver from damage. Drink 2 teaspoons of fresh Indian gooseberry or amla juice 3 times a day for around 15-20 days. You can also include vitamin C rich foods like oranges, lemons and blackberries in your diet. 5. Antioxidants:- Antioxidants like vitamin E and selenium helps in reducing the scar tissue production and generating the new healthy liver tissues. Eat fresh, vegetables and whole grains like berries, spinach, carrots, garlic, broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts and others as a part of your daily diet. Also drink 1 or 2 glasses of raw vegetable juice daily.
Laparoscopy of Cirrhosis and Liver Biopsies
Cirrhosis is a consequence of chronic liver disease characterized by replacement of liver tissue by fibrosis, scar tissue and regenerative nodules (lumps that occur as a result of a process in which damaged tissue is regenerated), leading to loss of liver function. Cirrhosis is most commonly caused by alcoholism, hepatitis B and C, and fatty liver disease, but has many other possible causes. Some cases are idiopathic. Liver biopsy remains an important tool for the evaluation of patients with hepatic disease. However, clinicians utilize a variety of biopsy techniques including automated cutting needle devices, manual cutting needles, and aspiration needles. Using a large study cohort of patients with advanced fibrosis/cirrhosis. Endoscopy. Some doctors recommend endoscopy for patients newly diagnosed with mild-to-moderate cirrhosis in order to screen for esophageal varices. (These are enlarged veins in the esophagus that increase the risk for bleeding). In this test, a fiber optic tube is inserted down the throat. The tube contains tiny cameras to view the inside of the esophagus, where varices are most likely to develop. Paracentesis. If ascites is present, paracentesis is performed to determine its cause. This procedure involves using a thin needle to withdraw fluid from the abdomen. The fluid is tested for different factors to determine the cause of ascites: •Bacteria cultures and white blood cell counts. (These are used to determine the presence of infection.) •Protein levels. Low levels of protein in the fluid plus a low white blood cell count suggest that cirrhosis is the cause of the ascites. Cirrhosis of the liver refers to scarring of the liver which results in abnormal liver function as a consequence of chronic (long-term) liver injury. Cirrhosis is a leading cause of illness and death in the United States. Cirrhosis of the liver is a consequence of long-term liver injury of many types. While excess alcohol use and chronic infection with hepatitis viruses (such as hepatitis B and hepatitis C) are the most common causes of cirrhosis in the United States, cirrhosis can be caused by other conditions including fatty liver disease, inherited disorders, drug-induced injury, bile duct disorders and autoimmune diseases. Some patients may have more than one cause for cirrhosis (such as alcohol excess and viral hepatitis). A large portion of patients (up to 20%) do not have an identifiable cause for cirrhosis. This is known as cryptogenic cirrhosis. What is the Function of the Liver? Blood from the digestive system (stomach, intestines) passes through the liver on its way back to the heart. The liver is the largest internal organ and is involved in many complex metabolic functions essential to life. • The liver extracts nutrients from the blood and processes them for later use. • The liver makes bile, which is used by the digestive system to help absorb fat and certain vitamins. • The liver also removes medications and toxic waste-products from the blood and excretes them into bile. • The liver is the body's main factory for blood proteins, including the proteins involved in normal blood clotting function. How Does Cirrhosis Develop? There are many causes of liver injury such as excessive alcohol consumption, viruses, inherited disorders, drug-related injury and environmental toxin exposure. Injury to the liver leads to inflammation which may be detected by abnormalities in liver-related blood tests. Over time, ongoing injury leads to the development of scar tissue in the liver, a process called fibrosis. Since the liver has a substantial amount of reserve function, mild to moderate amounts of fibrosis usually do not lead to symptoms. However, as the amount of fibrosis increases it can lead to disruptions in the normal shape and function of the liver. Cirrhosis occurs when the normal structure of the liver is disrupted by bands of scar tissue. One of the normal functions of the liver is to filter blood returning to the heart from the digestive system. When cirrhosis is present, the presence of scar tissue causes increased resistance to blood flow through the liver. This results in high pressures developing in the veins that drain into the liver, a process called portal hypertension. Many of the complications of liver disease, such as fluid retention and esophageal bleeding, are caused by the presence of portal hypertension.
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Liver Cirrhosis Diet | How To Cleanse Your Liver With Best Foods
Cirrhosis -- Liver Cirrhosis Diet | How To Cleanse Your Liver With Best Foods -- Liver disease were uncommon in the past and the major reason was the way of living. One more major causes of the liver disease is processed foods which is harmful to our body. Every day your liver makes hard efforts to cleanse it. It is important to eat natural foods at least in one meal of the day to ease the working of your liver. In this video we are going to discuss about the foods to cleanse your foods. Like this video and share it with your friends on social media. Liver cirrhosis What is cirrhosis Cirrhosis diet Liver cirrhosis diet How to cleanse your liver Cirrhosis of the liver Cirrhosis stages Cirrhosis of the liver treatment Cirrhosis home remedies How to cure your liver How to treat cirrhosis Natural treatment for cirrhosis Natural home remedies for cirrhosis Best foods for cirrhosis of the liver Foods to cleanse your liver Best Foods To Cleanse Your Liver:- Garlic Garlic has selenium in it to boost antioxidant action to detoxify liver. Garlic works as an anti-inflammatory due to Vitamin B6. Garlic is known to relax blood vessels with the help of arginine, which is an amino acid. Apples Apples are rich in pectin, the soluble fiber that helps remove toxins and cholesterol from the blood, a naturally cleansing nutrient that removes carcinogens and other toxins from the blood. Grapefruit Grapefruit is rich in vitamin C and glutathione. Not only it helps liver in producing glutathione naturally but also boosts the production of proteins and chemicals essential for the body and tissue building and repair. Thus it makes your immune system stronger. Leafy Green Veggies The liver filters chemicals, metals and pesticides from the environment and leafy green vegetables help it to function properly. To ease bile flow, spinach, chicory and arugula are beneficial. Beets cleanse and purify your blood. Cruciferous vegetables like Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and broccoli produces enzymes that aid in removing toxins. Avocados Avocado is a superfood as it has large quantity of Vitamin E and K that help against inflammation. It is considered to be essential part of salads now-a-days. Glutathione, vitamin C, and vitamin E present in avocados provide antioxidants to neutralize harmful free radicals and to protect liver cells against damage. Furthermore, you can mange healthy cholesterol level by adding avocado in your diet daily.
CIRRHOSIS (causes,pathophysiology,features,diagnosis,treatment)
Cirrhosis is defined as the presence of fibrous bands that divide the liver into regenerative nodules. Cirrhosis represents a late stage of progressive hepatic fibrosis MERCK MANUAL Professional Version Tap to switch to the Consumer Version ShareEmailLinkedInFacebookGoogle+Twitter Cirrhosis By Jesse M. Civan, MD, Assistant Professor and Medical Director, Liver Tumor Center, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital CLICK HERE FOR Patient Education Cirrhosis is a late stage of hepatic fibrosis that has resulted in widespread distortion of normal hepatic architecture. Cirrhosis is characterized by regenerative nodules surrounded by dense fibrotic tissue. Symptoms may not develop for years and are often nonspecific (eg, anorexia, fatigue, weight loss). Late manifestations include portal hypertension, ascites, and, when decompensation occurs, liver failure. Diagnosis often requires liver biopsy. Cirrhosis is usually considered irreversible. Treatment is supportive. Cirrhosis is a leading cause of death worldwide. The causes of cirrhosis are the same as those of fibrosis (see Table: Disorders and Drugs That Can Cause Hepatic Fibrosis). In developed countries, most cases result from chronic alcohol abuse or chronic hepatitis C. In parts of Asia and Africa, cirrhosis often results from chronic hepatitis B. (See table: Characteristics of Hepatitis Viruses for additional information on hepatitis B and C.) Cirrhosis of unknown etiology (cryptogenic cirrhosis) is becoming less common as many specific causes (eg, chronic hepatitis C, steatohepatitis) are identified. Injury to the bile ducts also can result in cirrhosis, as occurs in mechanical bile duct obstruction, primary biliary cholangitis, and primary sclerosing cholangitis. Pathophysiology There are 2 primary ingredients: Hepatic fibrosis Regenerating liver cells In response to injury and loss, growth regulators induce hepatocellular hyperplasia (producing regenerating nodules) and arterial growth (angiogenesis). Among the growth regulators are cytokines and hepatic growth factors (eg, epithelial growth factor, hepatocyte growth factor, transforming growth factor-alpha, tumor necrosis factor). Insulin, glucagon, and patterns of intrahepatic blood flow determine how and where nodules develop Angiogenesis produces new vessels within the fibrous sheath that surrounds nodules. These vessels connect the hepatic artery and portal vein to hepatic venules, restoring the intrahepatic circulatory pathways. Such interconnecting vessels provide relatively low-volume, high-pressure venous drainage that cannot accommodate as much blood volume as normal. As a result, portal vein pressure increases. Such distortions in blood flow contribute to portal hypertension, which increases because the regenerating nodules compress hepatic venules. The progression rate from fibrosis to cirrhosis and the morphology of cirrhosis vary from person to person. Presumably, the reason for such variation is the extent of exposure to the injurious stimulus and the individual’s response. It is a histological diagnosis and can be classified into micro and macronodular by the size of mm. Risk of developing Hepatocellular Carcinoma Chronic Viral Infection - HBV HCV Wilson's disease α-1 antitrypsin deficiency Alcohol Haemochromatosis NASH Alcohol and liver Steatosis - is reversible with alcohol abstention Alcoholic hepatitis - Mallory body Alcoholic cirrhosis - hobnail appearance Causes Chronic Hepatitis C infection (Alcoholic liver disease (AST more than ALT Elevated GGT) Chronic Hepatitis B infection (HBsAg HBeAg/HBV-DNA) Autoimmune liver disease (Raised Ig and Autoantibodies) Primary Sclerosing cholangitis (pANCA MRCP/ERCP) Primary Biliary cirrhosis (Anti Mitochondrial Ab) Hereditary Haemochromatosis (Ferritin high Transferrin saturation high, Genetics) Wilson's disease (Young, low Ceruloplasmin raised Urine copper, KF rings) Budd-Chiari syndrome (USS caudate lobe) Drugs - amiodarone, methotrexate, methyldopa Cystic fibrosis (genetics + sweat Cl) Alpha-1 antitrypsin (Young emphysema low serum AAT) Idiopathic - unknown Drugs that should be avoided in Cirrhosis These would include NSAIDs with their effects on kidneys and gastric mucosa. ACE inhibitors may be involved in hepatorenal syndrome and are best stopped. Codeine, Narcotics, Benzodiazepines and anxiolytics can all precipitate or worsen hepatic encephalopathy Complications Portal hypertension Liver failure Portosystemic Encephalopathy - always look for flap and assess mental state Variceal Bleeding formed from left gastric and short gastric veins to the oesophagus Ascites Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis Hepatorenal syndrome Osteoporosis Hepatocellular carcinoma Investigations U&E LFT's (low Na common) Prothrombin time and Albumin reflect liver synthetic functi
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5 Home Remedies for Cirrhosis of the Liver.
5 Home Remedies for #Cirrhosis of the #Liver. #Liver #cirrhosis is among the most serious hepatic disease. In this disease the size of liver reduces because of loss of cells that exceeds cell substitution. The liver becomes hard and leathery. The liver tissues get replaced by fibrous scar tissues or by regenerative nodules. It can ultimately lead to the individual’s death. In this disease not only the liver cells are injured but also are killed. The structure of the liver becomes abnormal. The most common cause of the disease is chronic abuse of alcohol. It causes scarring of the liver leading to an increased blood pressure in the portal veins. It causes gradual loss of all the functions of the #liver. Many home remedies have been used for ages to get relief from #liver #cirrhosis. Follow Fb►►https://goo.gl/xDV0Uj
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Liver Diseases What To Do | Is a Fatty Liver Painful | Liver detox | Liver health |Dr Kiran Peddi
For More Videos : youtube.com/c/careandcure5 For Youtube Subscription: https://www.youtube.com/c/careandcure5?sub_confirmation=1 There are more than a hundred different kinds of liver disease,symptoms may include jaundice and weight loss. These are some of the most common: • Fascioliasis, a parasitic infection of liver caused by a Liver fluke of the Fasciola genus, mostly the Fasciola hepatica. • Hepatitis, inflammation of the liver, is caused by various viruses (viral hepatitis) also by some liver toxins (e.g. alcoholic hepatitis), autoimmunity (autoimmune hepatitis) or hereditary conditions. • Alcoholic liver disease is a hepatic manifestation of alcohol overconsumption, including fatty liver disease, alcoholic hepatitis, and cirrhosis. Analogous terms such as "drug-induced" or "toxic" liver disease are also used to refer to disorders caused by various drugs. • Fatty liver disease (hepatic steatosis) is a reversible condition where large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulate in liver cells.Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is a spectrum of disease associated with obesity and metabolic syndrome • Hereditary diseases that cause damage to the liver include hemochromatosis,involving accumulation of iron in the body, and Wilson's disease. Liver damage is also a clinical feature of alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency and glycogen storage disease type II • In transthyretin-related hereditary amyloidosis, the liver produces a mutated transthyretin protein which has severe neurodegenerative and/or cardiopathic effects. Liver transplantation can give a curative treatment option. • Gilbert's syndrome, a genetic disorder of bilirubin metabolism found in a small percent of the population, can cause mild jaundice. • Cirrhosis is the formation of fibrous tissue (fibrosis) in the place of liver cells that have died due to a variety of causes, including viral hepatitis, alcohol overconsumption, and other forms of liver toxicity. Cirrhosis causes chronic liver failure. • Primary liver cancer most commonly manifests as hepatocellular carcinoma and/or cholangiocarcinoma; rarer forms include angiosarcoma and hemangiosarcoma of the liver. (Many liver malignancies are secondary lesions that have metastasized from primary cancers in the gastrointestinal tract and other organs, such as the kidneys, lungs.) • Primary biliary cirrhosis is a serious autoimmune disease of the bile capillaries. • Primary sclerosing cholangitis is a serious chronic inflammatory disease of the bile duct, which is believed to be autoimmune in origin. • Budd–Chiari syndrome is the clinical picture caused by occlusion of the hepatic vein. Mechanism Liver disease can occur through several mechanisms. A common form of liver disease is viral infection. Viral hepatitides such as Hepatitis B virus and Hepatitis C virus can be vertically transmitted during birth via contact with infected blood.According to a 2012 NICE publication, "about 85% of hepatitis B infections in newborns become chronic".In occult cases, Hepatitis B virus is present by HBV DNA, but testing for HBsAg is negative.High consumption of alcohol can lead to several forms of liver disease including alcoholic hepatitis, alcoholic fatty liver disease, cirrhosis, and liver cancer.In the earlier stages of alcoholic liver disease, fat builds up in the liver's cells due to increased creation of triglycerides and fatty acids and a decreased ability to break down fatty acids.Progression of the disease can lead to liver inflammation from the excess fat in the liver. Scarring in the liver often occurs as the body attempts to heal and extensive scarring can lead to the development of cirrhosis in more advanced stages of the disease.Approximately 3-10% of individuals with cirrhosis develop a form of liver cancer known as hepatocellular carcinoma. According to Tilg, et al, gut microbiome could very well have an effect, be involved in the pathophysiology, on the various types of liver disease which an individual may encounter. ये लक्षण नजर आएं , तो समझो लिवर खराब है || is a fatty liver painful || liver detox || liver health Diet in Liver disease (Fatty liver, Liver cirrhosis, Hepatomegaly, Jaundice & Hepatitis) Top 10 Liver Disease Symptoms Early Liver Disease Symptoms Liver Damage Symptoms लीवर ठीक रखेंगे ये 06 उपाय | Natural Treatment & Cure For Fatty Liver Disease Alcohol-related liver disease - causes, symptoms & pathology Liver Disorders: Cause and Solution Liver Problems - Sign & Symptoms Symptoms Of End Stage Liver Disease - Common Symptoms And Best Treatment For Cirrhosis Bizarre side effect of liver disease leaves woman looking pregnant Sanjeevani || Liver problems Symptoms cirrhosisliver diseaseliver liver disease symptoms liver disease cause, signs, symptoms,
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Complications of Portal Hypertension: Management Dilemmas
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Bilal Hameed, MD examines the complications that can arise from portal hypertension and how to manage them. Series: "UCSF Transplant Update" [4/2013] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 24790]
Cirrosis Hepática, Ascitis- Hipertensión Portal - liver cirrhosis
Enviado por " CONSULTORIO MÉDICO FLORES BUISSON " MÁNCORA- PERÚ... URL: http://consultoriomedicofloresmancora.es.tl/ ... El hígado, el mayor órgano del cuerpo, es esencial para mantener el organismo funcionando adecuadamente. Elimina o neutraliza venenos de la sangre, produce agentes inmunitarios para controlar las infecciones y elimina gérmenes y bacterias de la sangre. Fabrica proteínas que regulan la coagulación de la sangre y produce bilis para ayudar a absorber las grasas y las vitaminas solubles en grasa. No se puede vivir sin un hígado que funcione bien. En la cirrosis del hígado, el tejido normal y sano es reemplazado por un tejido cicatrizal que bloquea el flujo de sangre a través del órgano e impide que trabaje como debería. La cirrosis es la doceava causa de muerte por enfermedades, y mata a unas 26,000 personas al año. Además, el costo de la cirrosis en términos de sufrimiento humano, costos de hospital y pérdida de productividad también es alto. Síntomas: Muchas personas con cirrosis no presentan síntomas al principio de la enfermedad. Sin embargo, a medida que el tejido cicatrizal reemplaza las células sanas, la función del hígado comienza a fallar y la persona puede tener los siguientes síntomas: Agotamiento, fatiga, falta de apetito, náusea, debilidad, pérdida de peso, dolor abdominal, vasos sanguíneos en forma de araña (angioma de araña) que se desarollan en la piel. What is Cirrhosis?: Cirrhosis is characterized anatomically by widespread nodules in the liver combined with fibrosis. The fibrosis and nodule formation causes distortion of the normal liver architecture which interferes with blood flow through the liver. Cirrhosis can also lead to an inability of the liver to perform its biochemical functions. To understand the pathophysiology of cirrhosis, the normal anatomy and physiology of the liver must first be briefly reviewed. Cirrhosis is usually an easy diagnosis to make when any or all of the above abnormalities and complications are present. This is especially true when the underlying liver disease can be identified. The underlying liver disease (see below) is identified in most patients, however, sometimes it will not be discovered. Such cases are called "cryptogenic" cirrhosis. Sometimes, other conditions such as metastatic cancer, hepatic or portal vein thrombosis, severe acute hepatitis or acute bile duct obstruction can cause some of the abnormalities seen in cirrhosis. A careful history combined with special diagnostic tests will usually identify these conditions. Some patients with cirrhosis, especially early in the course of the disease, will have no overt clinical signs or symptoms. Some may have only subtle physical changes such as red palms, red spots that blanch on their upper body (spider angiomata), hypertrophy of the parotid glands, gynecomastia or fibrosis of tendons in the palms. Some patients may only have subtle abnormalities on blood tests, and in some cases, all blood tests may be normal. Radiological and nuclear medicine tests may give clues as to the presence of cirrhosis, but the diagnosis of cirrhosis must often be made by liver biopsy.
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Stroke (for patients & families)
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