Cirrhosis

Is A
Advanced hepatocellular disease
Subtypes
Early cirrhosis
May Cause
Acute diffuse fine reticular lung opacities
Ascites
Ascites with edema of gallbladder wall
Bilateral large kidneys
Chylothorax
Clubbing of digits
Dampened waveform of hepatic vein
Delayed scintigraphic visualization of gallbladder
Diffuse bowel wall thickening
Edema of duodenum
Eosinophilia
Fibrosis of liver parenchyma
Gastric varices
Hyperechoic liver
Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy
Hypoalbuminemia
Hypoproteinemia
Lymphangiectasia
Malposition of kidney
Nutritional deficiency
Pleural effusion containing eosinophiles
Portal hypertension
Regenerating liver nodule
Renal papillary necrosis
Salivary gland enlargement
Sonographically complex hepatic mass
Splenomegaly
Systemic-to-pulmonary vascular shunt
T2-hyperintense periportal tissue
Transudative pleural effusion
May Be Caused by
 Common
Alcohol abuse
Hepatitis
 Uncommon
Alpers disease
Alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency
Asphyxiating thoracic dysplasia
Byler disease
Caroli disease
Cerebral calcification Kahn-Markowitz type
Cirrhosis - dystonia - polycythemia - hypermanganesemia syndrome
COACH syndrome
CREST syndrome
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten syndrome
Cystic fibrosis
Ethylmalonic-adipic aciduria
Galactosemia
Glycogen storage disease type 3
Glycogen storage disease type 4
Hemochromatosis
Hemophilia
Hepatocerebral degeneration
Hypothyroidism
Inflammatory bowel disease
Lipodystrophic diabetes
Lipodystrophy
Odontomas-esophageal stenosis-liver cirrhosis syndrome
Pancreatic hyposecretion
Pulmonary diffusion defect
Renal tubular acidosis
Rheumatoid disorder
Sarcoidosis
Sea-blue histiocyte syndrome
Thalassemia
Tyrosinemia type 1
Weber-Christian syndrome
Wilson disease

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