Signs of Liver Problems

Signs of Liver Problems

Liver, one of the vital body organs, is located in the thoracic region of the abdomen below the diaphragm. It regulates blood volumes and blood clotting. It plays an important role in blood purification also. It is responsible for bile production and fat and sugar metabolism. Hence, it directly and indirectly aids in growth, immunization, nutrition and recreation. Usually, liver problem signs go undetected or are difficult to assess. They are most likely to be misinterpreted as signs of some other diseases. Therefore, liver diseases are often referred to as 'quiet killers'. If dysfunction of the liver is discovered at the preliminary stage, proper treatment can assist restore liver health. So, everyone needs to be aware of the early signs of liver problems.


Colon polyps are the result of abnormal cell growth. These cells do not grow and divide in an orderly way like their healthy counterparts. Rather they cause mutations in genes and keep dividing without the need for new cells. Small or sessile polyps are normally attached to a stalk. They are identified as adenomatous, hyperplastic, or inflammatory. Polyps in the colon can result in rectal bleeding, irritable bowel syndrome, severe pain in the abdomen, and colon cancer, if neglected. Smoking and alcohol abuse significantly increase the risk of developing polyps of a malignant nature.

Medical Treatment for Lead Poisoning

Getting rid of the source of lead and altering diet is the primary treatment method. Secondly, chelation therapy is the most effective therapy used in treating lead poisoning and decreasing the level of lead in the body.

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Colon Polyps can be Treated If Detected in Time

There are dedicated scientific procedures in place, such as colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy that target the polyp stalk to stop further development, polypectomy or polyp elimination, and a variety of laparoscopic techniques. Another treatment is that of proctocolectomy in which the entire colon is removed. The process involves a procedure that is clinically referred to as ileal pouch-anal anastomosis. In this procedure, the surgeon constructs a pouch out of the ileum or end of the small intestine and connects it to the rectum.

  • Addition to all the given body structures, muscles and skin are also present on the lower abdomen on the left side of your body.
  • Any medical condition affecting these structures can potentially cause pain in the left side of the waist.
  • Sometimes, pain due to a particular condition on the right side of the abdomen, radiates to the left side.
  • In such a condition, the diagnosis of the left side abdominal pain becomes a little tough.

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