Facts and information about human liver

The liver works non-stop human life span and participates in several vital processes of the body and the liver is infected by the disease due to its important function of the body is purified blood and body toxins and can be performed by the role of the body to be exposed to pollution or microbes and viral infections.
Symptoms associated with the patient of the liver and they differ from one patient to another in terms of severe symptoms and the type of symptoms and also to these Ayrath be the body temperature is the first step by the body to warn and indicates the high temperature of the body to diligence of the body in combating disease.
All the symptoms in its entirety mean that the liver began to travel weakness and feel the patient symptoms such as persistent vomiting and loss of appetite and nausea and weakness of the general body.

The patient may also feel other symptoms such as pain in the upper right of the abdomen as well as the pain of the joints and because of non-purified urine urine changes color of dark. But there are patients who do not show symptoms of the disease and not detect the disease in the late stages, including the stage of total failure of the liver.
But the treatment of the liver today has become easier than before due to the great research and scientific progress in this field.

Adult liver weighs a kilo and a half kilo and the liver is the largest organ in the human body.
The liver plays a key role in human life and body functions, where a large portion of the toxins are removed.

The liver acts as a plasma manufacturing center and glycogen storage center.
The liver is located at the bottom of the diaphragm and on the right side of the abdomen is conical and its color is brown and red.
The liver is divided into the lobster lobster Ayman, the largest and the left ear is the smallest and the liver contains the two lobes small lobes and liver hepatic stenosis.
  The human may die within 24 hours of the cessation of the liver, because the liver performs important functions and vitality of the body.
The liver has more than 500 functions on the blood and its components and the liver regulates all the functions of the body.
It is the functions of the liver: -
Cleans the body of toxins.
- Store sugar until it is needed.
- Dispose of ammonia by converting it to urea.
- Breaks fat and converts it into cholesterol.
- Be proteins.
- Remove non-modern red blood cells.

There are many other functions performed by the liver throughout the human life.
As well as there are strong and clear symptoms associated with the disease, including:
Changes in urine and stool:
The period in which the liver does not work properly in some people leads to changes in the stool and urine. In some cases, the patient's urine may be dark and may be associated with dryness of the body. However, when a suitable amount of fluid and water is taken, it can have an effect on urination and return to normal. In some cases, the color of the stool changes to pale blood color.

Itchy skin very sensitive: -
Early signs of liver problems can appear in the skin and the patient begins to itch and may get worse over time as the skin becomes too sensitive to touch or becomes inflamed with itching.

Hepatomegaly :-
The blood flow in the liver or the occurrence of a type of benign tumors in the liver may add to the liver volume more than the normal size. There are a number of reasons for the occurrence of liver cirrhosis, liver enlargement, cancer of the liver and fatty liver disease.

Jaundice refers to the change of color of the skin and turn it to color yellowing. It occurs because of the failure of the liver in the treatment of bilirubin, and the production of waste leads to the division of red blood cells and if there is an increase in bilirubin accumulates in the blood and skin and cause the appearance of the skin covered by yellow