Diseases of the liver and biliary tract

Amyloidosis of the liver

Amyloidosis is usually a systemic, general pathology characterized by the accumulation of amyloid (a specific glycoprotein) in tissues and subsequent disruption of normal organ function.

How does alcohol affect the liver?

Alcohol has a negative effect on the liver, as evidenced by many studies and clinical experience.

Liver tubage

Liver tubage (or biliary procedure, biliary excretion, biliary tubage, choleretic tubage, gallbladder tubage) is a procedure aimed at cleansing the biliary tract and gallbladder of stones and bile plugs, as well as stimulating the secretion of bile.

Treatment of gallstones with folk remedies

Treatment of gallstone disease using folk methods can be an additional option to traditional medical therapy

Bile flow disorder

Bile flow (or biliary excretion) is the process of releasing bile from the gallbladder into the biliary tract and on to the intestines to participate in digestion.

Biliary dyskinesia

Biliary dyskinesia (BD) is a functional disorder of the body's biliary system, which is associated with impaired movement of bile from the gallbladder into the duodenum.

Cholestatic hepatitis

Cholestatic hepatitis is a form of hepatitis in which the excretion of bile from the liver into the biliary tract is impaired, resulting in a buildup of bile in the liver.

Liver hyperplasia

Liver hyperplasia (HP) is a condition in which liver tissue increases in size due to an increase in the number of cells (hepatocytes), but retains its structure and functionality.

Renal and hepatic failure

Renal-liver failure is a condition in which both the kidneys and liver are unable to perform their functions in the body at the proper level.

Liver failure syndrome

Liver failure syndrome is a constellation of clinical symptoms and laboratory values that result from deterioration of liver function.


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