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I have Multiple Sclerosis and during a routine MRI of my T-spine the MRI happened to pick up a T2 hyperintense lesion on my liver. ?

Not MS

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The lesion on your liver is in no way related to MS, and needs clarification. May well be benign but need to see specialist and get an answer ASAP
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What is liver disease like?

Too broad

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That's too broad of a question. There are many types of liver disease that produce different signs and symptoms.
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What are the implications of liver disease for a person taking anticonvulsants?

Dosage adjusment

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Many, but not all, anticonvulsants - like other meds - are metabolized (broken down for elimination) by the liver. Some adjustment of dosage of the medication in the presence of liver disease may be necessary. For a few, avoidance of the medication is best. A neurologist should give the best advice.
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Is there any treatmemt for liver chirrosis aside from liver transplantation ?

Yes and no

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Cirrhosis means extensive (stage IV) scarring of the liver which is mostly irreversible. Long standing cirrhosis leads to portal hypertension which leads to complications such as ascites, varices & bleeding, big spleen & low platelets, etc. Treatments such as diuretics & shunts can help manage these symptoms & complications, but only liver transplantation can eliminate them for good.
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Hepatology liver disease?

Yes

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Yes, that's right.
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What are reasons for having a liver transplant?

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We only replace a liver when there isn't any choice. This happens because 1)there aren't enough healthy cells in the liver to continue sustaining life (tylenol overdose, poison mushroom, hepatitis C), 2)there is blockage of blood flow within the abdomen (cirrhosis) from alcohol, or hepatitis or backed up bile (biliary atresia, PBC), or (3) removal of a tumor requires removing the whole liver.
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Symptoms of liver disease in girls?

Same as in boys

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In ESLD (end-stage liver disease), much of liver has been replaced by scarring & may not repair itself. Has higher risk of liver cancer. If compensated, asymptomatic; get symptoms if progressive disease +/- alcohol. In acute liver disease however, common complaints include: jaundice (yellow eyes, skin; dark urine, light stool), itching, liver enlargement & RUQ pain, ascites, fluid build-up, more
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Is liver disease really serious?

Could be

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There are many varieties of "liver disease." Hepatitis C can cause eventual cirrhosis. Alcohol excess can cause cirrhosis. Some liver disease caused by Hepatitis A or B or from some medications can fully resolve with no further problems. Fatty liver damage can rarely progress to a serious problem. So it depends. Your doctor would know best what a person's future risks may be.
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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered:

I am having liver disease, what to do?

Learn & comply

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Insist on knowing exactly what's wrong, then learn all you can. Be smart, and distinguish the scientific websites from the phony ones. Comply with your treatment as prescribed and offer suggestions and state your preferences based on your growing knowledge of your illness.
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What is fatty liver disease?

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Fatty liver is essentially the abnormal deposition of fat in the liver. It can lead to inflammation and ultimately cirrhosis. The causes include alcohol, non-alcoholic fatty liver and medications. Non-alcoholic fatty liver is the most common and is related to obesity, high triglycerides, diabetes and genetic predisposition.
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