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Disease Liver
  • Acute liver failure
  • Alcoholic hepatitis
  • Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency
  • Amebic liver abscess
  • Autoimmune hepatitis
  • Bile duct obstruction
  • Biliary atresia
  • Chronic liver failure
  • Cirrhosis
  • Coccidioidomycosis; disseminated
  • Drug-induced cholestasis
  • Enlarged liver
  • Gilbert syndrome
  • Hemochromatosis
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Hepatitis D
  • Hepatitis E
  • Hcellular carcinoma
  • Liver adenoma
  • Liver cancer
  • Liver cyst
  • Liver disease due to alcohol
  • Liver hemangioma
  • Liver nodule (focal nodular hyperplasia)
  • Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Parasitic infection
  • Portal vein thrombosis
  • Primary biliary cirrhosis
  • Reye's syndrome
  • Sclerosing cholangitis
  • Toxic hepatitis
  • Wilson's disease
  • The liver is a vital organ, performs numerous functions for the body: converting nutrients derived from food into essential blood components, storing vitamins and minerals, regulating blood clotting, producing proteins and enzymes, maintaining hormone balances, and metabolizing and detoxifying substances that would otherwise be harmful to the body. The liver also makes factors that help the human immune system fight infection, removes bacteria from the blood, and makes bile, which is essential for digestion.
  • Bile, a greenish-yellow fluid consisting of bile acids (or salts) and waste products, such as bile pigments, flows through small bile ducts inside the liver. The bile moves from these small ducts into larger ones, like streams into a river, eventually traveling into the common bile duct and out of the liver. Some of the bile flows directly to the duodenum; the rest is stored and concentrated in the gallbladder. After a person eats, the gallbladder  releases some of the stored bile into the small intestine, where it helps to digest fats.
  • Liver function is monitored with such tests as albumin, prothrombin time, bilirubin, and a liver panel. alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) test and/or an ultrasound.

Discolored skin and eyes that appear yellowish
Abdominal pain and swelling
Itchy skin that doesn't seem to go away
Dark urine color
Pale stool color
Bloody or tar-colored stool
Chronic fatigue
Loss of appetite

Liver disease causes may include infection, injury, exposure to drugs or toxic compounds, an autoimmune process, or a genetic defect (such as hemochromatosis). These causes can lead to hepatitis, cirrhosis, stones that develop and form blockages, fatty liver, and in rare instances liver cancer. Genetic defects can prevent vital liver functions and lead to the deposition and build-up of damaging substances, such as iron or copper.
There are two major forms of hepatitis: one in which the liver is inflamed quickly (called acute hepatitis) and one in which the liver is inflamed and damaged slowly, over a long period of time (called chronic hepatitis). While hepatitis can be caused by any of the means mentioned above, most commonly it is due to infection by one of several viruses, termed hepatitis viruses. These viruses have been named in the order of their discovery as hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E.
Since the liver is responsible for the metabolism of alcohol, drugs, and environmental toxins, prolonged exposure to any of these can also cause hepatitis and/or cirrhosis. Combinations of drugs (for instance, acetaminophen) and alcohol have the potential to cause life-threatening acute liver failure.
Fatty liver causes liver enlargement, tenderness, and abnormal liver function. The most common cause is excessive alcohol consumption.
Anything that causes severe ongoing injury to the liver can lead to cirrhosis. It is marked by cell death and scar formation and is a progressive disease that creates irreversible damage. As it progresses, it can cause ascites, muscle wasting, bleeding from the intestines, easy bruising, gynecomastia, and a number of other problems in extreme cases.
Gallstones, tumors, trauma, and inflammation can cause blockages or obstructions in the ducts draining the liver (bile ducts). When an obstruction occurs, bile and its associated wastes accumulate in the liver and the patient’s skin and eyes often turn yellow (jaundice); bilirubin in the urine turns it a dark brown color, while lack of bilirubin in the intestines causes the stool to become very pale colored (similar symptoms may develop in acute hepatitis and, occasionally, in cirrhosis).
Cholesterol and bile pigments (bilirubin) in the bile may form stones in the gallbladder, where bile is stored. These stones may or may not cause symptoms and problems, depending on their size and location. If present for a long time, they may damage the gall bladder and prevent it from working properly; this often causes a feeling of bloating and discomfort in the upper abdomen after meals, especially ones high in fat. The gallstones may block the duct that drains bile from the gallbladder, causing sharp pain to develop suddenly in the upper right part of the abdomen, and, in many cases, leading to infection of the gallbladder and fever.
Obstruction of the hepatic vein,
the vein obstruction from the liver, may also occur, reducing blood flow out of the liver. This obstruction may be due to tumors pushing against the vein or from blood clot formation within the vein. Obstructions may be chronic and cause few symptoms, but they can also be acute and life-threatening.
Liver Cancer
Hepatitis and cirrhosis may lead to liver cancer in some cases, but more frequently cancer starts in other parts of the body and then metastasizes (spreads) to the liver. When cancer does arise in the liver, it is called primary liver cancer. The most common type is hepatocellular carcinoma, cancer that develops in the liver’s hepatocyte cells.
Genetic Disorders
Hemochromatosis is the most common genetic liver disorder. It involves excess iron storage and is usually diagnosed in adults. There are numerous genetic liver diseases that affect children. The most common is alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency. Most of the genetic liver diseases involve a missing enzyme or protein that leads to damaging deposits in the liver (such as galactosemia, the absence of a milk sugar enzyme, which leads to milk sugar accumulation; and Wilson’s disease, where copper builds up in the liver). Although not genetic, a defective element that results in liver injury (such as biliary atresia, where the bile ducts are absent or too small) may also cause problems with abnormal liver function in newborns.
Mr. Jatin shah, 28 years ,Residing at Ghadiali pole, Baroda, Severe jaundice since last 3 months – now Hepatic coma,
Patient is staying just next to my street. His father is family medical practioners. He had jaundice since last 6 weeks. Initially he was treated by physician. But for 25 days no improvement. So he was admitted to multispecialty hospital. He was under extensive treatment but no improvement, all laboratory investigations were worsening. Sr bilirubin which was 5.2 increased to 15, SGPT 1225 to 2545, SGOT from 560 to 1400. He went in to hepatic coma on 5th week. He remained in coma for 5 days and now there were no hopes for survival.

As his father was medical practioners so I had good contact. He was unaware of my interest in alternative practice.
When I knew; I offered him to I treat your son by homeopathy. He replied, when his end is certain what difference will it make whatever you do.

I stared homeopathic and rackii line of treatment. On 3rd day he started responding from coma, on 6th day he was feeing better and oral liquid was given.

All laboratory investigation came down on 9th day. He was on full diet on 18th day and absolutely normal of 37th day. I had also stared ayurvedic line of treatment from 18th day.
Mr. Twinkle shah, 34 years, Staying at Los Angeles USA, Sever pain in right hypochondriac region, vomiting and malaise, case of Gall bladder stone, Pt had severe pain in abdomen, vomiting, frequency of stool, severe malaise for 3 days, he went to Specialty Hospital in Los Angeles USA. Diagnosis of gall bladder stone was established. Expectant line of treatment was given, he was settled. He was advised to under go cholecystectomy at earliest.

His wife told me history after 5 days on phone. I said wait for 10 days and I am sending you medicine from INDIA.
I gave him homeopathic, ayurvedic, naturopathic medicine and diet advice.

Within 20 days he became absolutely alright, subsequent sonography revealed no gall stone.

Now 3 years has passed he is asymptomatic and no other complain.
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