To heal a damaged liver, eliminate the cause of the damage, take daily vitamins, and change the diet, according to WebMD and the Huffington Post. The liver performs vital bodily functions and any damage to the organ shou... More »

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According to the American Liver Foundation, a liver can heal itself if the source of damage is halted and immediate lifestyle changes are made. If severe liver damage has been present for quite a while, or a person's liv... More »

According to the MedicineNet.com, the liver is the only organ in the body that can rapidly replace damaged cells. However, there is no way of predicting how long it takes the liver to heal, since it depends on the nature... More »

As of 2015, the treatment for cirrhosis of the liver varies based on the cause, but the general options include abstaining from alcohol, steroids, antiviral drugs and laxatives, as WebMD explains. Cirrhosis of the liver ... More »

A liver transplant involves surgically removing a healthy liver or portion of a liver from a donor, cutting an incision in the recipient's abdomen to access the damaged liver, detaching the damaged liver from the bile du... More »

Reliable information on liver transplants is available on WebMD, Mayo Clinic, NHS Choices, MedlinePlus and the Liverfoundation.org. A liver transplant is a medical procedure to remove a damaged liver and replace it with ... More »

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End-stage liver disease refers to an advanced stage of liver tissue damage, where the liver fails to perform its functions, according to eMedicineHealth. It is also known as liver failure. Although rarely reversible, the... More »

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