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Liver Fun Facts

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Without a liver, a person would die within one week. It carries out over 500 functions in the body.
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Along with this discoloration, Itchy skin, darker urine, and paler bowel motions may also be seen. This is all caused by a build-up of a yellow substance called bilirubin, as the liver cannot process this properly.
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The scar tissue is what prevents the liver from working properly. It is sometimes called end-stage liver disease, the last stage of other conditions such as hepatitis or alcoholic liver disease.
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The gallbladder stores bile, which is produced by the liver.
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The liver is the only organ that can regenerate. The donor and the recipient can "regrow" their section of the liver to a full-sized liver in a few weeks. This allows for living donor transplants.
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10% of our liver is made up of fat.
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The liver breaks down toxins, medications, and alcohol. Even at low doses, acetaminophen (Tylenol) can severely damage the liver if taken more frequently than recommended.
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Hepatitis is a general term for inflammation of the liver. It is usually caused by a viral infection, liver damage caused by drinking alcohol, or an autoimmune disorder.
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The liver is the second largest organ in the body and the largest internal organ. It weighs roughly 3 pounds.
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The liver is further divided into segments and then lobules. These lobules contain small ducts that feed into larger and larger ducts to transport bile for storage and then to the small intestine, which helps digest fats.