Hepatic encephalopathy


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Concept Info

NAME

Hepatic encephalopathy

DESCRIPTION

Hepatic encephalopathy is altered brain function specifically associated with severe liver disease and liver failure. The condition occurs because of the accumulation of toxic substances or waste products (ammonia) in the bloodstream that are normally removed by the liver. Clinical features can include confusion, altered levels of consciousness and coma.

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