Liver cirrhosis is irreversible damage or scarring to the liver as a result of advanced liver disease (such as hepatitis) that stops the liver functioning, potentially leading to liver failure. Healthy tissue is replaced by areas of liver fibrosis and regenerative nodules, which alters the normal structure of the liver.
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