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Results 1 - 10 of 221 for Decreased liver function
  1. ... enlarged and weakened and cannot pump blood efficiently. Decreased heart function affects the lungs, liver, and other body systems.
  2. ... muscle is weakened and cannot pump blood efficiently. Decreased heart function affects the lungs, liver, and other body systems.
  3. Low Blood Sodium in Older Adults: A Concern? (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)  
    Sodium/Older Adults ... Sodium ... Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
  4. Treating Colorectal Cancer (Colorectal Cancer Coalition) - PDF  
    PDF ... Colorectal Cancer/Living With ... Colorectal Cancer ... Colorectal Cancer Coalition
  5. High Blood Pressure and Pregnancy (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)  
    High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy/Start Here ... High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy ... Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
  6. Complications of psittacosis may include: Brain involvement Decreased lung function as a result of the pneumonia Heart valve infection Inflammation of the liver ( hepatitis )
  7. ... confusion should be treated. These may include: Anemia Decreased ... mental function. Medicines may be needed to control aggressive or ...
  8. ... nephrotic syndrome Scarring of the liver and poor liver function ( ... , SLE ) Decreased alpha-1 globulin proteins may be a sign ...
  9. ... gas ) Electrocardiogram (ECG) Electroencephalogram (EEG) Metabolic panel and liver function tests Toxicology panel and alcohol level Urinalysis Treatment depends on the cause of the decreased alertness. How well a person does depends on ...
  10. ... result in the production of abnormal hepcidin with decreased function. This altered hepcidin cannot stop iron absorption, even when the body has sufficient supplies of iron. As a result, tissues and organs become overloaded with iron, especially the liver and the heart, leading to organ damage in ...
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