Primary Biliary Cirrhosis


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In many cases, primary biliary cirrhosis causes no symptoms. However, in certain percentage of individuals this disease is known to cause the following signs and symptoms:

Dry eyes and mouth
Development of jaundice
Inflammation of the feet and ankles
Diarrhea characterized by greasy stools
Skin darkening
Abdominal pain experienced in the upper right region
Deposition of fat in areas around eyes and eyelids

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