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The Stages of Liver Damage: Normal Liver, Fatty Liver, Liver Fibrosis, and Cirrhosis

View full-sized image Illustration of the stages of liver damage: normal liver, fatty liver (where deposits of fat cause liver enlargement), liver fibrosis (where scar tissue forms and more liver cell injury occurs), and cirrhosis (where scar tissue makes the liver hard).
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Black and white illustration of the stages of liver damage: normal liver, fatty liver (where deposits of fat cause liver enlargement), liver fibrosis (where scar tissue forms and more liver cell injury occurs), and cirrhosis (where scar tissue makes the l

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Illustration of the stages of liver damage: normal liver, fatty liver (where deposits of fat cause liver enlargement), liver fibrosis (where scar tissue forms and more liver cell injury occurs), and cirrhosis (where scar tissue makes the liver hard).

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Liver damage.

Diseases or Conditions

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