How Does A Liver Bleed / Repair Itself?


1 Answers

Evelyn Vaz Profile
Evelyn Vaz answered
Generally after becoming inflamed, the liver repairs itself by forming tiny scars. This entire process of scarring is known as "fibrosis." However, this process makes it very difficult for the liver to perform its regular jobs. This process leads to the next stage known as cirrhosis. This is due to the damage that may continue and too many scars form and they in turn begin to join together.
The regular job of the liver is to store vitamins, sugar and iron for body energy, joysticks your production as well as removal level of cholesterol, gives away something known as "bile" to help you digest food and at the same time to pull in important nutrients… It also clears desecrate products, drugs, and other venomous substances from your blood, etc.

Answer Question