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What is the treatment for bilary cirrhosis?

What is the treatment for bilary cirrhosis?

Treatment: I assume your question is treatment of primary biliary cirrhosis. In that case, treatment is ursodeoxycholic acid. This medication slow down the progression of disease and improve life expectancy. ...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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Primary biliary cirrhosis:best treatment options, what to do?

Primary biliary cirrhosis:best treatment options, what to do?

Liver trasplant: See a liver specialist will manage initially medical treatment , and enroll you in the program ...Read more

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If you are diagnosed with primary biliary cirrhosis, what are best treatment options?

Liver transplant: There are treatments that would reduce the symptoms in early stage of the disease. In the advanced phase, liver transplant would be the best option. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/primary-biliary-cirrhosis/ds00604. ...Read more

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Love indian culture and yoga. Can I ask an indian doctor at a us hospital to use some treatments from there to heal me of biliary cirrhosis?

Love indian culture and yoga. Can I ask an indian doctor at a us hospital to use some treatments from there to heal me of biliary cirrhosis?

Data it works?Safe?: Sure, you could use rx from anywhere or any culture, but do they work? Are they safe? Do they require monitoring? Just because something is natural, or has been used for thousands of years doesn't mean that it is either safe or effective. (bleeding people for rx was "standard of care" for 2000 years, before shown to be bogus, and detrimental. Be smart, get data, then decide. ...Read more

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What are the tests for bilary cirrhosis?

What are the tests for bilary cirrhosis?

Autoantibody &: Biopsy. In addition to abnormal blood tests due to malfunction of liver, patients with primary biliary cirrhosis have peculiar autoantibodies, anti-mitochondrial antibodies. Blood tests and imaging suggest cirrhosis, confirmation requires biopsy (usually needle biopsy) and examination of the tissue by a pathologist. ...Read more

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What are the tests for biliary cirrhosis?

Autoantibody &Biopsy: In addition to abnormal blood tests due to malfunction of liver, patients with primary biliary cirrhosis have peculiar autoantibodies, anti-mitochondrial antibodies. Blood tests and imaging suggest cirrhosis, confirmation requires biopsy (usually needle biopsy) and examination of the tissue by a pathologist. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of bilary cirrhosis?

Jaundice & itching: Primary biliary cirrhosis is an autoimmune phenomenon and may be associated with damage to other organs. The prominent symptoms of biliary cirrhosis are jaundice and itching. With progression symptoms of liver failure, e.g., edema, bleeding, ascites etc appear. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of biliary cirrhosis?

Jaundice & itching: Primary biliary cirrhosis is an autoimmune phenomenon and may be associated with damage to other organs. The prominent symptoms of biliary cirrhosis are jaundice and itching. With progression symptoms of liver failure, e.g., edema, bleeding, ascites etc appear. ...Read more

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Describe the features of biliary cirrhosis.?

Describe the features of biliary cirrhosis.?

Liver failure: There are many things that happen with cirrhosis, depending on how severe it is. These include confusion, bleeding from the GI tract, jaundice, fluid buildup in the belly, increased risk for liver cancer, and other symptoms. ...Read more

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What happens when you have biliary cirrhosis?

Depends: The degree or severity of the cirrhosis determines what symptoms are present. Early cirrhosis can not cause any symptom. Severe cirrhosis can cause many symptoms including but not limited to bleeding, fluid build up in the abdomen, turning yellow skin and eyes, death. ...Read more

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