Liver disease, also called cirrhosis, can occur for a variety of reasons. These include alcohol abuse, Hepatitis B or C and fatty liver disease. More than 8 million people in the United States are at risk of cirrhosis, and more and more people are hospitalized for cirrhosis each year.
If the liver is damaged, it is unable to sufficiently filter out toxins leading to build up in the body, in particular, the brain. This can lead to hepatic encephalopathy in many people with cirrhosis. In fact, nearly half of all people who have cirrhosis also have hepatic encephalopathy.
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