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Doctor insights on: How To Prevent Bilary Cirrhosis

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How to prevent pancreatic conggestion?

How to prevent pancreatic conggestion?

Regular food habbits: Eating regular meals, no more than 3 meals and may be a small snack around 3=4pm. Would help.Eliminating alcohol is important. ...Read more

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Biliary (Definition)

Biliary means anything related to the production, storage, secretion, or flow of bile, whether in the liver, bile ducts, gallbladder, ...Read more


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How can I treat primary biliary cirrhosis ?

How can I treat primary biliary cirrhosis ?

Ursodiol: There is not much available to treat primary biliary cirrhosis, but ursodiol helps normalize the liver enzymes. For other therapies you should discuss with a hepatologist. ...Read more

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How can you prevent liver cancer?

How can you prevent liver cancer?

Avoid risk factors: The best identified risk factors for hepatocellular carcinoma are hepatitis b and c and alcoholic cirrhosis. Avoidance of these risk factors reduces the risk of developing the disease. ...Read more

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How can you prevent kidney cancer?

How can you prevent kidney cancer?

You can't: There is no way to prevent kidney cancer. There are some risk factors for kidney cancer, but even if one does not have any risk factors, it can still develop, even if you live a healthy lifestyle. There is a sporadic form of kidney cancer that can occur even without any risk factors or family history of cancers. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how nephrosclerosis lead to chronic kidney failure?

Can you tell me how nephrosclerosis lead to chronic kidney failure?

Kidney failure: The term hypertensive nephrosclerosis has traditionally been used to describe a clinical syndrome characterized by long-term essential hypertension, left ventricular hypertrophy, minimal proteinuria, and progressive renal insufficiency. All of these are signs of poorly treated hypertension. If BP is not well controlled, end stage organ damage, heart, kidney and brain damage will occur. ...Read more

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How to prevent apendicitis?

How to prevent apendicitis?

Unknown : I know of no way to prevent appendicitis. Otherwise, I would not have had mine removed at age 40! ...Read more

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How to prevent kidney stones?

How to prevent kidney stones?

Do your best...: Recurrent stone formers should follow instructions closely from treating urologist designed according to the report of stone work-up. So, to keep daily urine output constantly >2500 cc evenly through 24 hours, and consume less salt, red meat, and dairy products by at least 50% is a universal decent advice. Practicing stone prevention can be hard, but doable and effective. Best wish ... Always. ...Read more

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How does one effectively treat primary biliary cirrhosis?

How does one effectively treat primary biliary cirrhosis?

Not a great answer : Unfortunately, there is no cure. The autoimmune disorder destroys the liver over time. The treatments help to relieve the symptoms (ursodiol, anti-itching meds, anti-inflammatory meds, immune suppressing meds etc.) and if the disease progresses to final stages, liver transplant is the only really treatment. ...Read more

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How can I prevent liver problems?

How can I prevent liver problems?

Several ways: Be very careful of what you take and how much (tylenol (acetaminophen) can be very dangerous). Do not engage in activity where you can get hepatitis, do not drink alcohol in excess, eat healthy foods and stay active and do not become obese. ...Read more

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How does hepatitis C lead to liver cancer? 

How does hepatitis C lead to liver cancer? 

HCC Risk with HCV: Hepatitis c (hcv) infection leads to liver inflammation and liver scarring. Advanced liver scarring is also called cirrhosis. Patients with hcv and cirrhosis are at a higher risk for liver cancer and should be screened by their physicians for liver cancer. Patients with successful eradication of their hcv and cirrhosis will need to continue liver cancer screening. ...Read more

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How can I address liver scarring and cirrhosis?

How can I address liver scarring and cirrhosis?

Live healthy: The liver has an amazing ability to regenerate itself if further damage is not done. If you have infectious hepatitis, see your doctor for possible medical treatments. If you are not a candidate for these, avoid liver toxins such as alcohol, paint fumes and tylenol (acetaminophen). Keep hydrated and eat properly. You may need special vitamens and supplements to maintain health so see your nutritionist. ...Read more

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Does antibiotic damage liver?my grandma have cirrhosis gastric ulcer and gastritis ?how to treatment ?

Does antibiotic damage liver?my grandma have cirrhosis gastric ulcer and gastritis ?how to treatment ?

Which antibiotic?: No medication is without potential side effect. Work w/your (grandma's) doc to determine if desired benefit exceeds potential risk. Some medications, such as paracetamol, are dangerous to liver in high doses. Others harm kidneys or stomach lining. Ask prescribing doc which medications are being used. Then search reputable references such as www.drugs.com & www.epocrates.com, etc. Good luck! ...Read more

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How frequently does rhabdomyolysis lead to kidney failure?

How frequently does rhabdomyolysis lead to kidney failure?

Variable: Depends on the degree of muscle injury/breakdown and whether the patient was adequately hydrated and acidosis was adequately treated in the acute episode. Mannitol is used as a diuretic to maintain maximal urinary flow to avoid injury to the kidney as well. ...Read more

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How can I prevent developing liver cirrhosis among patients with chronic hepatitis b?

How can I prevent developing liver cirrhosis among patients with chronic hepatitis b?

Unclear question: Do you have chronic hepatitis b? If not, do you work with patients with hep b? If you do, get vaccinated for hep b. I trust you follow universal precautions to prevent infecting yourself. Abstain from alcohol and hepatotoxic drugs like acetaminophen. If you are infected with hep b, you need to contact an infectious disease expert for treatment. ...Read more

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How to cure fatty liver?

How to cure fatty liver?

Diet: Fatty liver is sometimes referred to as nash. Generally an elevated level of cholesterol or triglycerides in the blood can cause fatty liver. Fatty liver can regress with lifestyle modification. It is best to decrease alcohol and fat intake or start an exercise program as directed by your physician. Sometimes medications called "statins" can assist in treating a fatty liver. ...Read more

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How can hepatitis, haemolytic anaemia and pancreatic cancer lead to jaundice?

How can hepatitis, haemolytic anaemia and pancreatic cancer lead to jaundice?

Easy to explain: Hepatitis causes hepatic jaundice by the cells being unable to process bilirubin. Hemolytic anemia produces prehepatic jaundice by making more bilirugin. Pancreatic cancer can produce obstructive / cholestatic jaundice by plugging bile ducts. ...Read more