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_________________chronic process of destruction of liver cells and structure causing end-stage liver disease
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Which of the following refers to an accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity and is commonly associated with cirrhosis of the liver.b. AscitesWhich of the following is required in diagnosing hepatocellular carcinoma?b. CTΑ condition in which the inner gallbladder wall is encrusted with calcium causing the wall to become brittle, hard, and bluish in color.a. porcelain gallbladderWhich of the following are increased risk factors for Cholelithiasis?d.familial history, female, obesity, age over 40, rapid weight lossCan only occur with Hepatitis BHepatitis DVirus transmitted via blood, semen, other bodily fluids. It can lead to acute hepatitis, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, and hepatocellular carcinoma. It is preventable with a vaccine.Hepatitis BRecently isolated, may cause chronic hepatitis, no vaccineHepatitis GVirus found in stool and blood and transmitted in contaminated water and food. The disease is typically mild and is preventable with a vaccine.Hepatitis AMore common in developing countries where it is transmitted by contaminated water. There is no current vaccine.Hepatitis ETransmitted via sharing needles or other equipment used to prepare and inject drugs. It can cause acute hepatitis, chronic hepatitis, and cirrhosis. There is no current vaccine.Hepatitis C