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 »

Parenchymal liver disease affects the actual liver cells directly instead of those of supporting tissue, such as the bile ducts. According to Dictionary.com, the word "parenchymal" is an anatomical term that refers to th... More »

Bilateral renal parenchymal is a disease in which kidney tissue, or parenchyma, has generally been replaced by scar tissue, explains Net Wellness. The diagnosis is based on ultrasound results. If kidneys appear more dens... More »

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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Scarring or damage to the liver as a result of hepatitis B or C, cirrhosis or a history of excessive alcohol consumption may cause fluid to build up in the abdomen, a condition also known as ascites, explains Healthline.... More »

Elevated liver enzymes occur when there is damage or inflammation on the liver. The damage causes the liver cells to produce a higher amount of certain chemicals, which are deposited into the bloodstream. The liver enzym... More »

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The side effects of bowel removal surgery include bleeding inside the belly, damage to nearby organs, problems with colostomy, wound infections, damage to the bladder, incisional hernia and scarring in the belly, notes t... More »

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