Liver Fibrosis

Liver fibrosis is the scarring procedure that represents to the liver's reaction to damage. In the same way as skin and different organs heal wounds through deposition of collagen and other grid constituents so the liver repairs damage through the deposition of new collagen. Over time this process can result in cirrhosis of the liver, in which the architectural organization of the functional units of the liver becomes so disrupted that blood flow through the liver and liver function become disrupted. Once cirrhosis has developed, the serious complications of liver disease may occur, including portal hypertension, liver failure and liver cancer. Cirrhosis and liver cancer are now among the top ten causes of death worldwide, and in many developed countries liver disease is now one of the top 5 causes of death in middle-age.

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