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Hepatic hydatid cyst

Hepatic hydatid cysts are mostly found in pastoral areas. They are related to sheep herding in South America, southern Europe and Australia, camels in Iran and Iraq, and reindeer in Canada and Alaska. It is common in Inner Mongolia, Northwest China, Western Sichuan and Tibet. This disease, also known as hepatic echinococcosis, is caused by the invasion of Echinococcus granulosus into the liver.



Hepatorenal syndrome

Liver blood deficiency syndrome

Liver injury

Post hepatitis syndrome

Extrahepatic bile duct injury

Hepatitis double infection

Disharmony between liver and stomach

Hepatic fibrosis

Cirrhotic male hyposexual syndrome

Cirrhotic renal damage

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

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