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Cirrhotic renal damage

Posthepatitic cirrhosis, alcoholic cirrhosis, biliary cirrhosis and schistosomiasis cirrhosis can cause renal damage. There are many causes of liver cirrhosis causing renal damage, and portal cirrhosis is a common type of liver cirrhosis, accounting for about half of all liver cirrhosis. There are many causes of portal cirrhosis, mainly viral hepatitis, chronic alcoholism, nutritional deficiency, intestinal infection, drug or industrial poisoning and chronic cardiac insufficiency. Clinically, it is divided into compensatory cirrhosis and decompensated cirrhosis.


Hepatic amyloidosis

Focal nodular hyperplasia of liver

Mental disorders associated with hepatolenticular degeneration

Inflammatory pseudotumor of liver

Liver distension

Stenosis of anal canal, rectum and colon

Anal canal injury

Hookworm duodenitis syndrome

Isolated rectal ulcer syndrome

Hepatitis G virus

Potassium permanganate poisoning


Angiostrongylus cantonensis


Mekong schistosomiasis


Hyperuricemia nephropathy

Hypertonic dehydration

Hepatogenic renal damage

Obstruction urine road disease

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