VAIDYA PAWAR AYURVEDIC DOCTOR IN LANJA,RATNAGIRI//Trimarmiya ayurved chikitsalaya & panchakarma center
Liver cirrhosis is chronic disease of the liver marked by formation of dense per lobular connective tissue, degenerative changes in parenchymal cells, structural alteration of the cord of liver lobules, fatty and cellular infiltration. It causes increased resistance to blood flow through liver (portal hypertension) cirrhosis may be due to various factors such as nutritional deficiency, alcohol poisoning, carbon tetrachloride and phosphorus poisoning, previous inflammation caused by a virus or bacterium. Any condition leading to persistent or recurrent hepatocyte death may lead to hepatic cirrhosis. Worldwide, the most common causes of cirrhosis are viral hepatitis and prolonged excessive alcohol consumption. Symptoms of liver cirrhosis are:
Abdominal swelling due to ascites, jaundice, weight loss, weakness, mild continuous fever, muscle cramps, nonspecific digestive symptoms such as anorexia, nausea, vomiting, hemorrhoids, esophageal varies, hepatic encephalopathy. Clinical features are due mainly to hepatic insufficiency and portal hypertension.