Liver is one of the most essential human organs which is responsible for regulating the balance of the metabolic processes. Cirrhosis is a common liver disease which directly harms the internal liver tissues and results in conversion of those healthy tissues into scar tissues. The medical condition is very chronic in nature and it provides a great deal of damage to the liver if not diagnosed and cured at the correct time. The symptoms generally occur at later stages of the disease, and they are as follows: easy bleeding, fatigue, easy bruising, nausea, loss of appetite, weight loss, mild jaundice, itchy skin, and such others.
HOW IS CIRRHOSIS DIAGNOSED?
Cirrhosis occurs in more than half of all malnourished chronic alcoholics, and kills about 25,000 people a year.