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Common liver diseases include hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, liver abscess, primary liver cancer, etc. hepatitis is mainly chronic hepatitis, which is classified into chronic viral hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, drug-induced hepatitis, genetic diseases and other chronic hepatitis with unknown causes. Hepatitis B is the most common viral hepatitis. Hepatitis B virus is a worldwide infectious disease. According to statistics, the number of hepatitis B surface antigen is more than 280 million worldwide. China is a high incidence area of hepatitis B. At present, there are about 30 million chronic hepatitis B cases. There are 400 thousand people who die of hepatitis B cirrhosis every year. The manifestation of liver disease is very obscure. The most prominent symptoms are fatigue and lack of diet. Common symptoms include flatulence, pain or discomfort, nausea, greasiness, fullness or jaundice after eating, dry mouth, dry or loose stool, yellow urine, or low fever, dizziness, tinnitus, yellow complexion, etc. If it is cirrhosis, in addition to the clinical manifestations of hepatitis, there are ascites, abdominal wall vascular protrusion, body edema, oliguria, liver palms, spider nevus, and severe bleeding. In order to detect liver disease as early as possible, it is very important to make timely inspection. If you have the above situation, you should first check the hepatitis B two and half, liver function, liver B ultrasound and so on.


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