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Cabugao Institute

CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER : THE
ABNORMAL STRUCTURE AND
FUNCTION OF THE LIVER

By:
Benedict C. Piamonte
IV-PROGRESS

A Research Paper in English IV
Presented to
Mrs. Susana S. Gazmen
February 24, 2012

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to thank to my friends, my classmates, especially to my teacher Mrs. Susana S. Gazmen for sharing her time in preparing this research paper successfully and to the teacher in library, librarian Mrs. Maricel Galamgam who allowed me to do the research work .

DEDICATION

I dedicate this research paper to my friend, classmate, relatives, family and most specially to my English teacher Mrs. Susana S. Gazmen for helping me to prepare this research paper.

OUTLINE

Topic: CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER
Thesis statement: The abnormal structure
and function of the liver
I. Introduction
A. Background Materials
B. The purpose of the study
C. The statement of the problem
1. What is cirrhosis of the liver?
2. How to prevent cirrhosis of the liver?
3. What are the signs and symptoms of cirrhosis?
4. What are the type of cirrhosis?
5. What is the causes?
D. The significance of the study
E. Definitions of Important terms
II. Body

A. Types of cirrhosis of the liver
B. Signs and symptoms
C. Causes and Effect
D. Treatment

III. Conclusion
Summary
Bibliography

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TitlePage
I. Introduction…………………………………A.Background Material………... B. The purpose of the study…...
C. The statement of the problem….
D. The significance of the study…..
E. The definition of Important Terms….
II. Body
A. Types of cirrhosis of the liver….
B. Signs and Symptoms…..
C. Causes and Effect …..
D. Treatment…….

III. Conclusion………………….…………
Summary……………………………...
Bibliography…………………………..

Introduction:

Cirrhosis is a complication of many liver disease that is characterized by abnormal structure and function of the liver disease.The disease that lead to cirrhosis do so because they injure cells and kill liver cells and the imflamation and repair that is associated wih the dying liver cells causes scar tissue to form liver cells that do not die multiply in an attempt to replace that cells that have died. This results in clusters of newly- formed liver (regenerative nodules) within the scar tissue there are many causes of cirrhosis they include chemicals (such as alcohol , fat, and certain medications) viruses toxic metals (such as iron and copper that accumulate in the liver as a results of genetic disease).The immune system attacts the liver.

A. Background Materials

In preparing my research paper, I used the internet, encyclopedia, book and some magazines wherein I gathered some information about my topic which is cirrhosis.

B. The purpose of the study

To know this case that affects behaviour. Biological and environmental factors have been identified, and to search from the generic variations that contribute to the development and progressions of the disease.

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1. K.T Mueser Design @ 2003, The lower Mainland purpose Society-Serving the community for 22 years.

C. The statement of the problem

People of all ages suffer the harmful consequences of cirrhosis. This problem can cause immune system dysfunction, leading to infection. Ascites (fluid retention) in the abdomen may become infected with bacteria normally present in the intestines (bacterial peritonitis), and cirrhosis can also lead to kidney dysfunction and failure.

D. The significance of the study

No one thing determines wether a person have a cirrhosis. The over all risk for cirrhosis is impacted by the biological make up of the individual it can be infected by gender or his/her development stage and sorroundings.

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2. Ibid page 4.
II. BODY

A. Types of Cirrhosis of the liver.

A. Alcoholic cirrhosis–excess alcohol...
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