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120 Possible Causes for Increased Abdominal Girth, Liver Cirrhosis

  • Ascites

    Pathogenesis of ascites in patients with liver cirrhosis 2.1.[] A 65-year-old man with a history of myocardial infarction is admitted for decreased exercise tolerance, increased abdominal girth, and ankle edema.[] Moderate amounts cause increased abdominal girth and weight gain.[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    Many patients with liver cirrhosis will eventually decompensate and the treatment is liver transplantation.[] This may be visible as an increase in abdominal girth. Fetor hepaticus is a musty breath odor resulting from increased dimethyl sulfide.[] […] as English liver cirrhosis long-term disease of the liver cirrhosis of liver cirrhosis of the liver cirrhosis Statements Identifiers Sitelinks Wikipedia (76 entries) edit[]

  • Alcoholic Liver Disease

    Chronic hepatitis can lead to liver cirrhosis and liver failure. Alcoholic cirrhosis is the final and irreversible stage of ALD.[] The specific effects on species-level community composition were remarkably different between cohorts with and without liver cirrhosis.[] Lipid accumulation, fibrosis and cirrhosis may ensue and may lead to end-stage liver disease.[]

  • Lipodystrophy

    Progressive accumulation of fat in the liver can cause scarring and damage to the liver (cirrhosis) and, eventually, liver dysfunction.[] From January 1998 through September 2000, he gained 12 kg, but he noted loss of fat and bulging veins in his arms and legs, along with an increase in abdominal girth, which[] Other manifestations may include complications of diabetes, recurrent acute pancreatitis and liver steatohepatitis or cirrhosis.[]

  • Erythropoietic Protoporphyria

    cirrhosis.[] Laparoscopic findings obtained after the attack subsided were compatible with porphyric liver cirrhosis.[] […] leading to cirrhosis, liver failure, and the need for liver transplantation (OLT).[]

  • Tuberculous Peritonitis

    We report a case of tuberculous peritonitis in a patient with concomitant HIV infection and liver cirrhosis.[] We report the case of an 81-year-old man diagnosed with liver cirrhosis complicated by spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and septic shock.[] Disease histories included end-stage renal disease (20.9%), pulmonary tuberculosis (36.0%) and liver cirrhosis (23.7%).[]

  • Generalized Lipodystrophy

    Fat accumulation in the liver (known as fatty liver or hepatic steatosis) may eventually cause scarring and damage to the liver (cirrhosis) and liver dysfunction.[] Hypertriglyceridemia, liver cirrhosis, diabetes mellitus, as well as cardiovascular complications are frequently observed.[] This present case suggests that extensive fatty infiltration and subsequent cirrhosis of the liver may be the earliest complication of CGL.[]

  • Hypersplenism

    BACKGROUND: It is a technical challenge to perform laparoscopic splenectomy (LS) on patients with liver cirrhosis.[] BACKGROUND: Hypersplenism is a common clinical manifestation in patients with liver cirrhosis.[] The prognosis of liver cirrhosis depends on the presence of its major complications as well as on other factors such as hypersplenism with thrombocytopenia.[]

  • Budd-Chiari Syndrome

    Abstract Chronic Budd-Chiari syndrome (BCS) is a rare cause of liver cirrhosis (LC) and tends to be misdiagnosed in clinical practice.[] A 14-year-old boy presented with several months of increasing abdominal girth and fatigue.[] Therefore, considering preserved liver function and severe portal hypertension, diagnosis of Budd-Chiari syndrome with subsequent development of liver cirrhosis was made.[]

  • Constipation

    She was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis as a result of autoimmune hepatitis, combined with Sjögren's syndrome. A total hysterectomy was performed 29 days after admission.[]

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