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Can a colonoscopy detect liver disease?

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Liver cirrhosis is one such disease.

Your doctor will help you understand if it is Crohns disease after some tests such as a colonoscopy.

Parenchymal liver disease is any disease of the functional cells of the liver, as opposed to the bile duct cells or supporting cells. One example of a parenchymal liver disease is cirrhosis, in which the liver cells shut off and die.

Cirrhosis of the liver, of course this pertains only to alcohol disease.

The test also enables the physician to check for bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. It is a necessary tool in monitoring patients who have a past history of polyps or colon cancer.

common cause of liver disease is cirrhosis which caused by drinking result in liver failure.

Ictero-check test is used to detect bilirubin in the urine of patients with liver disease, particularly obstructive hepatobiliary disease. The test is primarily used to confirm the positive results obtained by a dip stick method or to detect very small but pathological amounts of bilirubin in the urine.

"Liver disease" is a general term for what it is called when your liver does not function correctly (work properly). There are many different types of liver disease, depending on why you liver is not functioning correctly.

It depends on the type of disease and how advanced it is. Liver tissue can regenerate. You can also live with only a portion of your liver.

Fatty liver disease is an accumulation of triglyceride fat in the liver cells. Fatty liver disease is a reversible condition, and does not spread to other parts of the body.

Hepatocellular disease is disease of the liver cells.

acute pain related to chronic liver disease

Hepatopathologic means pertaining to liver disease.

A liver filled with homogeneous parenchymal echos is one that shows no signs of disease or cirrhosis of the liver. If the liver was filled with inhomogeneous parenchymal echoes, that would show signs of disease or cirrhosis of the liver.This can indicate a number of liver disease types, such as cirrhosis, metastatic disease, fatty liver, chronic hepatitis, and lymph proliferative disease. Further investigation is needed for a definitive diagnosis.

Excess fat in the liver is known as fatty liver disease. There are two types of fatty liver disease: alcoholic liver disease (ALD) and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Both forms of the disease can lead to permanent liver damage.Alcoholic Liver Disease (ALD)A very high percentage of individuals who abuse alcohol will develop a fatty liver. The amount of alcohol consumed and how long it is consumed before leading to the disease will vary among different people.Other factors that may contribute to the likelihood of developing ALD are obesity, diet, a history of Hepatitis C, or high levels of iron in the system.Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)NAFLD is fatty liver disease that is not brought on by alcohol and it is the most common cause of chronic liver disease in the U.S. Although it is an abnormal condition, it does not always damage the liver.Symptoms of Fatty Liver DiseaseThere are usually no symptoms in the beginning stages of fatty liver disease. In advanced cases there may be nausea, weight loss, fatigue, and mental confusion. The liver may be enlarged, and there may be pain in the upper right section of the abdomen. If cirrhosis occurs, the liver will begin to fail, causing fluid retention, yellowing of the eyes and skin, muscle wasting, and internal bleeding.Diagnosis of Fatty Liver DiseaseAn enlarged liver noticed during a checkup or a blood test showing elevated liver enzymes may lead to a suspicion of fatty liver disease. It may also show up on an X-ray or ultrasound. A liver biopsy is the only way to confirm it, however.Treatment of Fatty Liver DiseaseAt this time, there is no treatment for fatty liver disease. In the case of alcoholic liver disease the most important thing to do is stop drinking. For those who are overweight, gradual weight loss may decrease the amount of fat in the liver.

There are no foods that will cure liver disease in dogs. However, there are specially formulated foods that are designed to help a dog with liver disease stay healthier longer.

Halsted, G. H. "Nutrition and Alcoholic Liver Disease." Seminars in Liver Disease 24 (August 2004): 289-304.

According to the American Liver Foundation, liver disease affects approximately 25 million (one in 10) Americans annually.

No. Liver is an essential organ of the body.

Scar tissue builds up on the liver if disease is of long duration.

Intrinsic liver disease causes the liver to be incapable of functioning at its full capacity. A doctor will diagnose and treat this condition with tests and medication.

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