METHODS FOR DETECTING CIRRHOSIS IN PHC AND THE MOST IMPORTANT GUIDELINES
Keywords:Cirrhosis, Chronic, Liver, Alcohol, Viral hepatitis
Common causes of chronic liver disease include alcohol, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and chronic viral hepatitis. Nearly half of patients with cirrhosis are symptoms the discovery of patients with cirrhosis in primary care usually depends on identifying common risk factors. The gold standard test for the diagnosis of cirrhosis remains a liver biopsy Staging of cirrhosis is an important indicator of prognosis and is necessary to guide administration. patients present with signs and symptoms of liver cirrhosis complications such as jaundice, ascites, varicose veins, hepatic encephalopathy or liver cancer or unspecified symptoms of chronic diseases such as fatigue or weight loss may.
Keyword: Cirrhosis, Chronic, Liver, Alcohol, Viral hepatitis
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