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treatise on diseases of the liver with and without jaundice with the special application of physiological chemistry to their diagnosis and treatment by George Harley

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Published by Churchill in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Liver -- Diseases

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Edition Notes

Statementby George Harley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC845 H37 1883
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 1186 p.
Number of Pages1186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23349899M

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Hepatitis damages the liver, making it less able to move bilirubin into the bile ducts. Hepatitis may be acute (short-lived) or chronic (lasting at least 6 months). Acute viral hepatitis is a common cause of jaundice, particularly jaundice that occurs in young and otherwise healthy people. Doctors give trusted, helpful answers on causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, and more: Dr. Friedlander on liver disease without jaundice: Liver disease comes in many varieties and manifestations: cholestasis (either intrahepatic or extrahepatic) with jaundice; infiltrative (like fatty liver, amyloidosis); fibrotic (trending toward cirrhosis); congestive (blood backs up into the liver.   Well Yellow skin or/and eyes (well, yellower than usual in case that’s your natural skin colour). This happens because of something called bilirubin, when there. There are more than a hundred different kinds of liver disease. These are some of the most common: Fascioliasis, a parasitic infection of liver caused by a liver fluke of the genus Fasciola, 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 Diagnostic method: Liver function tests.

From fatty liver to Jaundice. Support Forums > Hepatitis We are not a medical team, rather a group of patients and caregivers of folks with liver diseases of all kinds. There are some interesting posts at the top of this forum with information and url's you might like to read. Jaundice can happen if something goes wrong in your liver or in the tubes that carry bile to the intestines. Bilirubin builds up in your body and makes you turn yellow. If you have jaundice, see a doctor soon—jaundice can be a sign of a serious problem like liver damage. How liver disease develops varies from person to person. Liver disease symptoms may include dark urine, jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin), abdominal swelling, severe itching, rectal bleeding and vomiting blood. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of liver disease with expert advice from Sharecare. A treatise on the structure, economy, and diseases of the liver; together with an inquiry into the properties and component parts of the bile and biliary concretions. [William Saunders] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by .