Liver fibrosis is the liver's response to injury, in which excess extracellular matrix is deposited. In most cases, liver fibrosis is the result of chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis. Liver fibrosis can progress to liver cirrhosis over time, but the two conditions are distinct.
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