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    3,289 Possible Causes for Liver Failure in USA

    • Acute Gastroenteritis

      Factors that increase your risk of acute gastritis include: taking NSAIDs taking corticosteroids drinking a lot of alcohol having major surgery kidney failure liver failure[] […] with various organisms in cases of bacterial gastroenteritis are as follows: Aeromonas caviae - Intussusception, gram-negative sepsis, and HUS Bacillus species - Fulminant liver[] failure (very rare) and rhabdomyolysis (very rare) Campylobacter species - Bacteremia, meningitis, cholecystitis, urinary tract infection, pancreatitis, and Reiter syndrome[]

    • Hepatic Encephalopathy
      Liver Failure

      In a small proportion of cases, the encephalopathy is caused directly by liver failure; this is more likely in acute liver failure.[] […] the liver failure in determining the prognosis.[] In acute liver failure, it is unclear whether lactulose is beneficial.[]

    • Liver Failure

      Recently a third form of liver failure known as acute-on-chronic liver failure (ACLF) is increasingly being recognized.[] "Acute on chronic liver failure" is said to exist when someone with chronic liver disease develops features of liver failure.[] Liver failure or hepatic insufficiency is the inability of the liver to perform its normal synthetic and metabolic function as part of normal physiology.[]

    • Methylmalonic Acidemia
      Liver Failure

      Poor tolerance, respiratory difficulty, neurological deterioration, pancytopenia and liver failure were observed on beginning nutrition.[] Standard clinical and analytical procedures generally differentiate between hyperammonemia due to inborn errors and that due to other conditions such as liver failure.[]

    • Amanita Phalloides Poisoning
      Liver Failure

      In patients developing liver failure, a liver transplant is often the only option to prevent death.[] A more serious deterioration signifying liver involvement may then occur—jaundice, diarrhea, delirium, seizures, and coma due to acute liver failure.[] The child developed liver failure and eventually underwent a liver transplant.[]

    • Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
      Liver Failure

      Some patients also suffer from mental confusion , all signs of liver failure.[] As the disease progresses, it causes cirrhosis of the liver and liver failure; leading to the consideration of liver transplantation.[] Primary sclerosing can eventually damage liver cells and the scar tissue can spread throughout the liver, causing cirrhosis and liver failure.[]

    • Yellow Fever
      Liver Failure

      failure hemorrhage delirium, seizures, and sometimes coma arrhythmias , or irregular heartbeats bleeding from the nose, mouth, and eyes Between 20 percent and 50 percent[] […] fever abdominal pain vomiting, sometimes with blood tiredness , sluggishness, lethargy jaundice, which gives the skin and whites of the eyes a yellow tinge kidney failure liver[] Visible bleeding, jaundice, kidney and liver failure can occur during the second stage.[]

    • Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis
      Liver Failure

      Failure Side Effects Pump Forward PPIs increase risk for hepatic encephalopathy, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis Student Info Medical Students Nursing Students Nursing[] Failure Karachi Pakistan Liver Disease Fatty Liver Rarity Gallstone Science Journal A Call Forward Prospective Study to Analyze the Correlation between Spontaneous Bacterial[] Heart Failure Forward Syrinx of the Spinal Cord and Brain Stem - Brain, Spinal Cord, and Nerve Disorders - Merck Manuals Consumer Version Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis Liver[]

    • Wilson Disease
      Liver Failure

      Complications of Wilson's disease can include liver failure, liver cancer, and kidney problems.[] Alkaline phosphatase levels are relatively low in those with Wilson's-related acute liver failure.[] A liver transplant may be helpful in those in whom other treatments are not effective or if liver failure occurs.[]

    • Hyponatremia
      Liver Failure

      High volume hyponatremia can occur from heart failure, liver failure, and kidney failure.[] Hypervolemic hyponatremia is usually treated by addressing the underlying heart or liver failure.[] Hypervolemic hyponatremia is most commonly the result of congestive heart failure, liver failure (cirrhosis), or kidney disease (nephrotic syndrome).[]

    Liver Failure

    Liver failure is a condition in which the liver fails to perform its normal function. It may be acute or chronic.

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