Cirrhosis of the liver is a long-term and chronic condition. It is characterized by the scarring of the liver tissue, which gradually replaces healthy liver cells. This scarring disrupts the normal structure and function of the liver, impacting its ability to perform essential tasks, such as filtering toxins from the blood and producing vital proteins.
Cirrhosis often develops over an extended period, and its progression can vary among individuals. It is typically the result of long-term liver damage caused by conditions such as chronic alcoholism, chronic viral hepatitis, or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. As cirrhosis advances, it can lead to serious complications, including liver failure, portal hypertension, and an increased risk of liver cancer.
While cirrhosis itself is a chronic condition, its management and treatment may involve addressing the underlying causes and adopting lifestyle changes to slow down the progression of liver damage. Early detection and intervention are crucial for improving outcomes and quality of life for individuals with cirrhosis.
There’s so much information available about how to eat properly and it can be overwhelming! While you may have heard all kinds of things about what foods to eat and what ones to avoid, there are some simple rules that can help you to make the right food choices. Start by making sure your diet includes healthy foods and beverages. Then, work on adjusting your eating habits, such as by cooking for yourself, reading labels, and making healthy swaps.
Your a freak amd thanks squidbillies for making me look as to why anybody would even want to lol
You don't have to do anything. Fresh fruit and vegetables arnt available in the dessert where gerbils originate from so it is no a necessary requirement in their diet. If you want them to eat fresh foods I would look up all the foods they can eat and try them on different things there must be something they like. Also if they weren't feed fresh foods by the first owner they won't be used to it or want it. My gerbils don't like fresh foods they just leave them. I tried them on different things. I found out one of them likes dandelion leaves but they all love stale, whole meal bread so you could try them. Gerbils can also eat lettuce, apple, various berries ( look up which are OK, carrots, bananas as well as other things.
After a couple days its ok to start handling your snake again. However, it takes about 3 -4 days for your burmese to digest its prey. Like the Retic, they move their food through their systems very quickly. That's why they can be fed a couple times a week if they're young.
It takes a cat on average 6 to 7 hours to completely digest a meal. It will all depend on if the cat eats one large meal a day or several smaller meals.
The digested nutrients undergo a series of cephalothoraxes that leave the undigested food under constant. (Mr. Greminger's class)
i think a hydra has a incomplete digestive system called the-gastrovascular system
It could mean that you have a bladder infection or your bladder has failed in which case you would probably need an operation to fix the problem. Not to scare you but you'd be better off asking a doctor for his or her opinion in this matter.
It means you drink too much or have a bladder infection
As with most creatures the feeding organ of an earthworm is the mouth. Located behind the mouth is the pharynx which acts as a suction pump; its muscular walls draw food back.
Sponges don't actually have distinct resipratory, circulation, digestive or excretory systems. To feed, they filter out food particles from the water which flows through them. The particles go into the Osteia (pores) and are internally digested by Pinacocytes or Archaeocyte which partially push themselves through the wall of the Osteia.
However, bacteria-sized particles - which constitute around 85% of the sponges diet - which are too small to be consumbed by the Pinacocytes or Archaeocyte pass through the Osteia and are caught by the Choanocytes.
The Archaeocytes then transport the food in vesicles away from the cells which directly digest food to those which do not.
The food enters the pharynx, then through the esophagus, then acts as a passageway between the pharynx and the crop. Then it goes through the gizzard.
NO. Never, ever let you little dog get hold of chicken bones. The bones can splinter and cause intestinal perforation.
Well.... The frog needs nutrients in order to survive. When the frog would eat its food, the food would go down through the digestive system, where obviously the food would break down. Then the circulatory system would take the broken down food and spread the nutrients that were taken from the food, all across the frogs body.
So the main answer is that a frogs digestive and circulatory system are important for its survival because the frog needs nutrient given to its body. The two systems work together to break down the food and spread the nutrients across the frogs body.
- This was the way I answered a question on my lab.
Extracellularly in a digestive cavity.
Yes! Definately! I know of guinea-pigs that eat it all the time! It is normal behaviour and is simply alike to us humans eating biscuits. Don't worry! Other weird things that guinea-pigs will eat include; Wood Their cage! Newspaper PS. Never attempt to feed guinea-pigs, (or any other creature for that matter), any substance that may be regarded as harmful.
Sperm Whales are carnivores and feed on several species. The most notable prey species are the giant squid, the colossal squid, octopuses, and diverse fish like demersal rays, but the main part of their diet consists of medium-sized squid. Due to their sheer size, some prey may be taken incidentally while eating other items.
Giraffes have four stomachs to help them digest food. Leaves and plants are the main diet of the giraffe. They are hard to digest, and the four stomachs give them longer digestion times.
The gizzard grinds up all the food to the intestine can absorb it. The inward fold of the intestine, also known as the typhlosole, adds surface area to the intestine. That gives the earthworm's intestine more absorptive surface area. The gizzard and the inward flap of the intestine work together to let the worm absorb more of what it takes in.
Birds evolved from dinosaurs, and the earliest types actually had teeth. The problem with teeth is that they are heavy, and need heavy jawbones to support them, so lighter, faster birds evolved with horny beaks, and outcompeted the earlier versions, which became extinct.
Yes, all mammals (including squirrels) have digestive systems.
There are several differences between the human and frog digestive system. There are no villi in the small intestine of a frog. Frogs also have dull teeth used only for chewing and a sticky tongue for catching prey.
A humans digestive system starts with their mouth, enzymes in saliva help food to break down, along with their teeth. A human has villi in their small intestine, a frog does not. A Frog has weak teeth in the back of their mouth to physically break food, a human has it at the front.
A major difference is the lack of villi in a frogs small intestine, and most of the digestion takes place in the small intestine of a frog. Humans have villi and most digestion happens in the stomach.
One main difference between a frogs digestive system and a humans is that frogs have no villi in their small intestines. Another difference is that the human tongue is located at the back of the mouth while the frog's tongue is located at the front of the mouth.
The biggest difference between the human and frog digestive system is the species of animal in which is it in. A human chews its food before pushing it to the stomach, where as a frog tends to swallow things whole.
Yes. I usually catch my dog eating it, that's when i know shes sick.