A liver biopsy is a procedure to remove a small piece of liver tissue by using a biopsy needle, and the pathologist can examine this tissue by using a microscope and check if there are any signs of damage or disease.
Hepatoma is a malignant tumor of the liver, accounting for 80 to 90% of all liver cancers.
The liver performs a lot of important work in the human body. Once irreversible diseases occur and cannot be treated traditionally, liver transplantation becomes the only treatment to prolong life when there are no other medical methods or machines to replace the failing liver.
If the injection site is red, swollen or becomes hard, a cold compress can be applied first followed by a hot compress 48 hours later. Please pay attention to avoid frostbite or a scald.
Hepatitis A is an acute inflammation of the liver caused by hepatitis A virus infection.
Hepatitis B can be contracted after the blood or body fluid containing hepatitis B virus enters the human body through the skin or mucous membrane.
Liver cancer (i.e. malignant liver tumors) can be divided into primary liver cancer and metastatic liver cancer.
Hepatitis A vaccine is an inactivated vaccine for injection. It is generally recommended that 2 doses should be administered with an intramuscular injection.
Hepatitis B can be contracted by the passage of blood or body fluids containing hepatitis B virus through the skin or mucosa into the human body.