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Causes of fluid buildup in the brain include obstruction of the flow of cerebrospinal fluid, poor absorption of cerebrospinal fluid and overproduction of cerebrospinal fluid, according to Mayo Clinic. Underlying causes i... More »

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Although excess mucus in the lungs can have various causes, it is usually a defense response to infections or irritants, states the American Lung Association. If excess mucus persists for more than a month, the cause cou... More »

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Liver damage from cirrhosis, liver scarring, hepatitis or a history of alcohol abuse often cause fluid buildup around the liver, according to Healthline. Other disorders that may cause fluid buildup are certain types of ... More »

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The main cause of fluid on the brain is partial blockage that limits the flow of cerebrospinal fluid, according to Mayo Clinic. The problem occurs due to lack of balance between the production and absorption of the fluid... More »

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Obstruction and decreased absorption of cerebrospinal fluid can cause excess fluid around the brain, a condition known as hydrocephalus, reports Mayo Clinic. Less frequently, tissues located in the ventricles of the brai... More »

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Causes of nonprimary chronic daily headaches include conditions such as traumatic brain injuries, very high or very low intracranial pressure, inflammation of the brain's blood vessels, and infections such as meningitis,... More »

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Causes of hepatomegaly include gastrointestinal disorders such as sclerosing cholangitis, which is a condition in which the bile ducts become damaged due to swelling; glycogen storage disease, a disorder that runs in the... More »

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