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Monthly Archives: July 2017
Cirrhosis | Liver Toxicity 101 & The P450 Pathway – Article Dashboard

The Liver The liver is the second largest organ in the human body, and it is one of the five vital organs-meaning the body cannot survive without it. Situated below the lower part of the right ribcage, the liver is about 8 inches in diameter, boomerang shaped, with the adult liver weighing about 3 pounds. The liver conducts several hundreds of functions every second; it metabolizes nutrients and    .. more …

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Hepatitis | Canine Viral Hepatitis- Diagnosis Of Dog Diseases

Diagnosis of Dog Diseases- Canine Viral HepatitisThis viral disease affects younger dogs and puppies. Affecting the liver and inner lining of the blood vessels, this disease is transmitted from dog to dog by way of a discharge from the infected dog. Some symptoms of the disease stomach bleeding, increased thirst, lack of appetite, vomiting and a tender stomach when touched. Dogs do show discomfort    .. more …

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Liver Disease | Endometriosis Part 117 -endometriosis And Choline

I. DefinitionCholine is a water soluble vitamin and belongs to the group of vitamin B complexes. It was discovered by Andreas Strecker in 1864. It is used in traditional medicine in treating heart and liver disease caused by choline deficiency. II. How choline helps in treating endometriosis1. Strengthens the immune systemDeficiency of choline causes fat to be deposited into the liver and reduce    .. more …

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