Biliary Cirrhosis

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For what
Digestive
Source
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For whom
People
Biliary Cirrhosis is the chronic inflammation and progressive scarring of the bile ducts in the liver. It may result in reduced bile flow, high blood pressure and triglyceride levels, itchy skin, extreme fatigue, various autoimmune diseases, red blotches on the palms of the hands, nausea, gas, bloating, heartburn, diarrhea, abdominal discomfort after meals, enlarged liver, enlarged spleen, edema, muscle loss, restless legs, dark urine, and liver cirrhosis.