Autoimmune hepatitis

What is autoimmune hepatitis? Autoimmune hepatitis is a type of autoimmune liver disease. It is caused by immune cells attacking and damaging the specialized hepatocytes in the liver. It occurs in all ages and is seen in women three to four times more often than in men. What are the symptoms of autoimmune hepatitis? The …
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Acute appendicitis

Acute appendicitis is a non-cancerous medical condition caused by acute inflammation in the appendix, a small finger-shaped organ that connects with your large bowel (colon) by a small opening. In most people, the appendix sits in the lower right abdomen just above your hip bone. Acute appendicitis can occur in any age group, but most …
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