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Things Diabetes Patients Should Know About Liver Disorders

Things Diabetes Patients Should Know About Liver Disorders

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 26th Aug, 21

There is a link between diabetes and the pancreas since insulin is produced in the body by the pancreas. However, you might be wondering how the liver fits into this picture. Here is the response to your query. Diabetes raises the risk of kidney illness, blood vessel damage, infections, heart disease, nerve damage, and blindness. But you may be surprised to learn that diabetes can also have a significant impact on the liver. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has been causing liver disease in about one-third of adult patients suffering from liver failure in industrialized countries.

Simple tips for healthy liver

Keep Your Liver Healthy with these Simple Tips

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 7th Aug, 21

Your liver is an essential organ in your body's digestive system, but you probably don't give it much thought. It filters everything you eat and drink, including medicine. It would help if you properly cared for it to remain healthy and perform its function.

Acute Pancreatitis in COVID-19 Patients

Risk of Acute Pancreatitis in COVID-19 Patients

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 4th Aug, 21

COVID-19, a viral infection triggered by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-Coronavirus 2, is now causing a global health epidemic (SARS-Co-V2). The WHO proclaimed COVID-19 a pandemic disease on March 11, 2020, and the world is now reeling from its effects. As documented, this viral infection mainly affects the upper respiratory tract.

Life of a liver donor after liver donation

Life of a liver donor after liver donation

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 4th Aug, 21

Whether you're donating a portion of your liver or getting a new one, life usually returns to normal within a few months. Your liver will most likely return to normal size by the 3-month point, and you'll be back to your regular routine.

World Hepatitis Day

Hepatitis Awareness and Information

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 26th Jul, 21

Hepatitis is very commonly heard term. But what actually is it and what are its causes remains unclear to general population. On World Hepatitis Day, I will like to take this opportunity to explain in detail.

Liver Biopsy

All You Need To Know About: Liver Biopsy

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 2nd Jul, 21

A liver biopsy is an procedure performed by a liver specialist for diagnosing liver disease. The liver is a large glandular organ situated below the ribs on the right side of the body. It performs various vital functions such as filtering out toxins, digestion, storage, and protein synthesis. The liver can be affected by numerous diseases such as viral hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, cirrhosis, and cancers. Please continue reading to know about liver biopsy, its procedure, benefits, and more.

Liver Cirrhosis

Do's and don'ts in living with cirrhosis.

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 2nd Jul, 21

Cirrhosis occurs when due to repeated liver injury, there is irreversible damage in Liver. In early stages Liver can recover from injury, but repeated insult results in cirrhosis. Prevention and early diagnosis, as with so many other illnesses, can make all the difference. Visit Liver Care, one of the best liver transplant canters in Mumbai, for the best liver treatment.

Autoimmune Hepatitis Treatment in Mumbai

Autoimmune Hepatitis Treatment in Mumbai

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 17th Jun, 21

Autoimmune hepatitis is a chronic condition in which the immune system targets the liver. It results in inflammation and damage to the organ. If left untreated, autoimmune hepatitis will deteriorate. It will lead to complications, including cirrhosis and liver failure. Autoimmune hepatitis affects over a million people in India. The majority of those affected are between the ages of 14 and 40.

Acute Liver Failure - Causes and Symptoms

Acute Liver Failure - Causes and Symptoms

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 15th Jun, 21

Acute liver failure denotes the loss of liver function that occurs unexpectedly — within days or weeks. It happens in a person who does not have any previous liver complications. A hepatitis virus or medications are the most common causes of acute liver failure. The disease is rarer in comparison to chronic liver failure, which takes longer to develop. Acute liver failure is also called fulminant hepatic failure. It can be a life-threatening condition.

All you need to know about: Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)

Gaurav Gupta
Created on 1st Jun, 21

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease-NAFLD is a condition in which fat builds up in the liver. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a type of NAFLD that can impair the liver. NASH occurs when the fat build-up in the liver leads to inflammation (hepatitis) and scarring. In a study, liver experts estimated that 3% to 5% of the global population is affected by NASH, though it is considered underdiagnosed.

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