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  1. The liver is in the right upper abdomen. The liver serves many functions, including the detoxification of substances delivered ... A liver transplant may be recommended for: Liver damage due to alcoholism (Alcoholic cirrhosis) Primary biliary cirrhosis Long-term ( ...
  2. In liver transplant surgery the diseased liver is removed through an incision made in the upper abdomen. The new liver is put in place and attached to the patient's ...
  3. A chronic liver disease which causes damage to liver tissue, scarring of the liver (fibrosis; nodular regeneration), progressive decrease in liver ...
  4. This abdominal CT scan shows cysts in the liver and kidneys (polycystic disease). The liver is the large organ on the left side of the screen. The dark spots in the liver are cysts.
  5. ... scan of the upper abdomen showing a fatty liver (steatosis of the liver). Note the liver enlargement and dark color compared with the spleen ( ...
  6. ... side of picture). The tumor is behind the liver and is pushing the liver forward and may have possibly spread into the liver tissue.
  7. Amebic liver abscess is a collection of pus in the liver in response to an intestinal parasite called Entamoeba ... by the bloodstream from the intestines to the liver.
  8. During a liver biopsy, a needle is inserted into the liver and a tissue sample is withdrawn and sent to the ... determine the presence of tuberculosis infection in the liver.
  9. A liver biopsy is not a routine procedure, but is performed when it is necessary to determine the presence of liver disease and to look for malignancy, cysts, parasites, ...
  10. ... abdominal CT scan shows multiple cysts in the liver and spleen. Note the dark circular cyst in the liver (left side of screen) and the large, irregular, ...
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