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Liver Disease and Cirrhosis
Make the Diagnosis: Cirrhosis
Original Article: Does This Patient With Liver Disease Have Cirrhosis?
> Original Article: Does This Patient Have Ascites? How to Divine Fluid in the Abdomen > Clinical Scenarios > Case 1 >
A 44-year-old man with cirrhosis is admitted with fever but has no obvious source of infection.
> Original Article: Does This Patient Have Bacterial Peritonitis or Portal Hypertension? How Do I Perform a Paracentesis and Analyze the Results? > Patient Scenario >
A 44-year-old man with cirrhosis is admitted with fever but has no obvious source of infection....
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Widespread disruption of normal liver structure by fibrosis and the formation of regenerative nodules that is caused by various chronic progressive...
Widespread disruption of normal liver structure by fibrosis and the formation of regenerative nodules that is caused by various chronic progressive conditions affecting the liver (such as long-term alcohol abuse or hepatitis).
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