Drug Induced Liver Disease (cont.)
Dennis Lee, MD
Dennis Lee, MD
Dr. Lee was born in Shanghai, China, and received his college and medical training in the United States. He is fluent in English and three Chinese dialects. He graduated with chemistry departmental honors from Harvey Mudd College. He was appointed president of AOA society at UCLA School of Medicine. He underwent internal medicine residency and gastroenterology fellowship training at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.
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What are the symptoms of liver disease?
Patients with mild liver disease may have few or no symptoms or signs. Patients with more serious disease develop symptoms and signs that may be nonspecific or specific.
Nonspecific symptoms (symptoms that also can be seen in other disorders) include:
Symptoms and signs that are specific for liver disease include:
Severe, advanced liver disease with cirrhosis can produce symptoms and signs related to cirrhosis; these symptoms include:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 1/22/2014
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