enlarged liver


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Related to enlarged liver: hepatomegaly, fatty liver

enlarged liver

Hepatomegaly, see there.
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A 6.0 cm x 4.5 cm x 3.2 cm well-defined, dark-red space-occupying nodule was seen in the right lobe of liver and protruded on the enlarged liver surface [Figure 1]e.
The most common findings in the 37 birds examined radiographically were loss of the hourglass waist of the heart-liver shadow (n = 28; 76%), shadowing of the lungs (n = 23; 60%), shadowing or displacement of the air sacs because of enlarged liver shadow (n = 23; 60%), displacement of the ventriculus (n = 19; 51%), prominent kidneys (n = 18; 49%), and arthrosis (n = 13; 35%).
Some other symptoms may include enlarged liver (hepatomegaly), frequent seizures, hearing loss caused by nerve damage (sensorineural hearing loss).
"Ginge had two strokes, an enlarged liver and a tumour on a paw pad.
Abdominal examination revealed a markedly distended abdomen with prominent dilated veins, a positive fluid thrill and enlarged liver was palpable approximately 10 cm the right sub costal margin.
But initial forensic examination showed she had an enlarged liver, which weighed more than a kilo-not normal for a 10-year-old, Erfe said.
Enlarged Liver with Multiple Cysts within the Liver
During the transplant hepatectomy, the extremely enlarged liver was difficult to mobilize, and multiple cysts had to be transected in order to mobilize the organ from the abdominal cavity and obtain vascular control.
In cases caused by hepatitis B, there can also be an enlarged liver. Lesions appear over the course of 3-4 days and spontaneously resolve, but may persist up to 8 weeks.
It turned out that the young girl had an enlarged liver, and elevated liver enzymes, leukocytes, hemoglobin and an unstable temperature.
Finally, the more unusual symptoms that are especially helpful signposts are pain in the center or right upper part of the abdomen, dark urine, bruising easily, excessive sweat, dry and dark patches on the neck and under arms, and, of course, an enlarged liver. If you're experiencing any of these, you should talk to your doctor to determine if your liver is carrying excess fat.
The gross lesions revealed the enlarged liver and diffused nodular tumor lesions (0.5 cm diameter) with perihepatitis (Fig.