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Viral hepatitis in the elderly

Viral hepatitis is an infectious disease mainly caused by liver lesions caused by a variety of hepatitis viruses. Clinically, it is mainly manifested by anorexia, nausea, upper abdominal discomfort, liver pain and fatigue. Some patients may have jaundice, fever and hepatomegaly, accompanied by liver function damage. Some patients can become chronic, even develop cirrhosis, and a few can develop liver cancer.

Symptoms

Acute appendicitis in the elderly

Giardia lamblia

Irritable bowel syndrome in the elderly

Senile acute pancreatitis

Lang Ovi syndrome

Senile cholelithiasis

Pseudomembranous enterocolitis in the elderly

Upper gastrointestinal bleeding in the elderly

Senile hepatic encephalopathy

Esophageal hiatal hernia in the elderly

Senile cirrhosis

Senile colonic polyps

Alcoholic liver disease in the elderly

Peptic ulcer in the elderly

Cricopharyngeal muscle dysfunction in the elderly

Inflammatory bowel disease of the elderly

Chronic gastritis in the elderly

Post dysentery syndrome

Drug-induced liver disease in the elderly

Senile Ischemic Colitis

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