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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The four stages of liver disease are inflammation, fibrosis, cirrhosis and liver failure, according to the American Liver Foundation. Whether the liver is infected, injured by toxins such as alcohol or chemicals, or unde... More »

Chronic liver disease causes many different symptoms, including jaundice, hair loss, itching, weight loss and gallstones, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Cirrhosis of the liver or fibrosis of the liver often cause c... More »

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A red palm is a symptom of cirrhosis, which is the extensive scarring and damage of liver tissue. This symptom usually is evident in the later stages of liver disease. Some other symptoms and complications of cirrhosis a... More »

Interstitial lung disease is a disease that causes inflammation to the deep tissue within the lungs, eventually resulting in damage, as noted by the National Institutes of Health's Medline Plus. Interstitial lung disease... More »

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Hepatic parenchymal disease is damage to the functional cells of the liver, according to HealthTap. Liver diseases can be divided into those affecting the biliary ducts and those affecting the functional cells of the org... More »

Symptoms of stage 4 liver disease include vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue caused by reduced blood flow due to permanent liver scarring. Patients with stage 4 liver disease require immediate medical treatment to prevent de... More »